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# Geog2 AQA Geographical Skills 15th May 2015 watch

1. How did you all find it?
2. (Original post by Exceptional)
How did you all find it?
prefered fieldwork section over skills! What did people put for the comparing of house prices???
3. I thought that was pretty bad. So much maths and graph stuff and it took so long to find those two settlements for the first question! Also I thought some of the fieldwork questions were really obscure

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4. (Original post by 09ekennedy)
prefered fieldwork section over skills! What did people put for the comparing of house prices???
I said Bomere Heath had a higher standard deviation but the standard deviations overlap so the conclusion that Bowmere has higher house prices wasn't statistically significant. I said the greater variation in house prices in Bowmere could have been due to a greater variation of architecture compared to uniform terraced houses at Belle Vue

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5. (Original post by 09ekennedy)
prefered fieldwork section over skills! What did people put for the comparing of house prices???
Greater average meaning richer tenants and better housing. Greater range showing that not all housing is great with the worst being equal to the other areas average. Higher standard deviation showing a greater range but without being affected by anomalous results like Fitz which was far ginger by a mile. I didn't do to well on that one.
6. Hope everyone found the paper alright.

What did you get for the standard deviation question?

I got 31.03

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7. (Original post by MrKmas508)
96.42
That's a relief
8. (Original post by Emsy_)
Hope everyone found the paper alright.

What did you get for the standard deviation question?

I got 31.03

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Oh for f*** sake
I said Bomere Heath had a higher standard deviation but the standard deviations overlap so the conclusion that Bowmere has higher house prices wasn't statistically significant. I said the greater variation in house prices in Bowmere could have been due to a greater variation of architecture compared to uniform terraced houses at Belle Vue

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I put that the lower standard deviation value means less variation then I said about 68% of the data will lye between the mean, also I talked about ranges being similar so was hard to see variations...
10. It got 90 something for standard deviation
11. (Original post by hpiercey3)
How would you answer this: Distinguish between qualitative and quantitative data?

My fieldwork was based on seeing on bedload size and roundness changes downstream? Thanks
12. Wasteman!!!
13. (Original post by MrKmas508)
Oh for f*** sake
96.42?
14. (Original post by Comeback)
96.42?
What I got!
15. For the last question, did you go through each stage of how you did the statistical test?
16. (Original post by 09ekennedy)
What I got!
It'll become clear as more people comment but I really hope we're right
17. (Original post by Comeback)
It'll become clear as more people comment but I really hope we're right
My class and I all got 96.42, so I'm assuming that's it!
18. (Original post by Comeback)
It'll become clear as more people comment but I really hope we're right
Can you remember the figures? I am sure i got something in the 90 maybe 94 point something!
19. 96.42 (2dp)
20. (Original post by SubwayLover1)
For the last question, did you go through each stage of how you did the statistical test?
I did, I chose Spearman's Rank. Although for the final part I said "and inserted this value into the formula" as I didn't actually remember the formula (we don't need to remember the formula for either tests)

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