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Mathematics SBA

Topic: Are the colours in a Charles cheers evenly distributed

Candidate Name: Kaycie lewis, Patrick Billings


Candidate number:
Teacher Name: Mr. Sinclair
School Name: Godfrey Stewart High School
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Year: 2019

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Table of content

Title page 3
Introduction 4
Method of Investigation 5
Presentation of Data 6-7
Analysis of Data 8
Discussion of Findings 9
Conclusion 10

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Title:
Are the colours in Charles cheers evenly distributed?

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INTRODUCTION

Cheers are the popular coloured candy made by Charles. Charles claims that the colors (or flavors) of
cheers are evenly distributed. Therefore, given there are 5 different flavors, about 20% of each color
should be in one bag. The researcher aims to put this claim to the test. To carry out this research 4 pack of
the same size cheers will be bought to determine whether if it is true are false.

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METHOD OF INVESTIGATION

To collect data for this research, the researcher followed through with the following steps:

 The researcher went about and bought 3 bag of Charles cheers that were the same size
 The researcher distributed the cheers to formulate a conclusion using a mathematical operation
consumer arithmetic
Orange – white – red – yellow – purple = distribution of cheers
Orange + white + red + yellow + purple = total amount of cheers

 The information was recorded in a table

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PRESENTATION OF DATA

PIE CHART SHOWING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE


CHARLES CHEERS.

DISTRIBUTION

9%
12%

8%

15%
6%

red yellow purple orange white

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TABLE SHOWING THE DIFFERENT AMOUNT OF CHARLES
CHEERS THAT IS IN EACH BAG

PACKS AMOUNT
Pack 1 18
pack 2 15
Pack 3 17

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ANAYSIS OF DATA

The number of cheers that were distributed was 50. 12% were red, 15% were yellow, 6% were purple, 8%
were orange and 9% white. Each bag of cheers consisted of different amount. One pack were composed
of 18, the next one was 15, while the other one was 17. A comparison was made showing on a pie chart
which highlighted that yellow is the most frequent cheers in the pack, then red, orange, white and the least
one that occurred was purple.

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DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS

The investigation gave significant information about the distributed cheers.

 Yellow occurred more frequently than the other colors


 Each bag of cheers consisted different amount of cheers

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CONCLUSION

It has been proven that cheers are not evenly distributed in a pack.

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