1. Identify 20 students as your sample. From each of the identified student, get information about gander of student and how much do student spend (in

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1. Identify 20 students as your sample. From each of the identified student, get information

about gander of student and how much do student spend (in OR) for Internet per month.

You can use any online survey tools (for example survey monkey or google forms).

a. Give the link of online survey and summaries the data in a table. (5 marks)

b. If a student selected at random, find the probability that:

i. Selected student is female and spends 0 OR per month. (2 marks)

ii. Selected student is female or spends more than 10 OR per month. (5 marks)

iii. Selected student is male spends more than 5 OR per month or female spends 10

OR per month. (5 marks)

2. Based on your collected data from question 1:

a. fill the following table and then answer the questions below. (5 marks)

how much do student spend (in OR) for

Internet per month.

Number of students

Less than or equal 5

More than 5 and less than or equal 10

More than 10 and less than or equal 15

More than 15 and less than or equal 20

More than 20

b. Draw bar chart (show elements of chart) and write a comment. (6 marks)

c. Draw pie chart (show all steps and elements of chart). (10 marks)

3. During different times of a day find the temperature in your place (you can use weather

application to get data).

a. Fill the following table: (2 marks)

b. Calculate all central tendency measurements of the temperature. (10 marks)

c. Calculate standard deviation of the temperature. (10 marks)

Date of day: …………….

Time At 1:00 am At 5:00 am At 9:00 am At 1:00 pm At 5:00 pm At 9:00 pm

Temperature

℃

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4. A principal of 250 OR is deposited in an account that pays 0.064 interest compounded

yearly. Account balance function in response of time (years)is ?(?) = ?(1 + ?)

?

P: initial value

r: interest compounded yearly

x: time in year

a. Find the account balance after 5 years. (5 marks)

b. By graphing show if the Account balance function is increasing or decreasing.

(11 marks)

c. After how many years the account balance will be 12000 OR. (5 marks)

5. Fill the blanks: (show all steps)

a. Write the logarithmic equation (? + ?) =

?

?

(??? ???

? − ???(?? ?

??)) in logarithmic

form……………. (6 marks)

b. The Range of recorded covid-19 cases during Z week in Oman is …… (6 marks)

Hint: Week zero starts from 1 /March /2020 and Z is the last digit in your ID.

c. The solution of the logarithmic equation ????(???( ???? ?

??)) =

?

?

is…… (7 marks)

Guidelines:

Submit this assignment on or before 3rd/Sep/2020 at 23:59 which must include:

All solution steps.

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The solution must be submitted in a word file through the link available in Moodle.

For the sketches/diagrams/drawing if need you should insert them in same word file with

solution and also you can use word file tools or Excel .

The final assignment must have a Title page and page numbers.

Title Page must have Assignment Name, Module name, Session, your name, ID, and the name of

the faculty.

Softcopy in word format is to be submitted through Turnitin link on Moodle.

Assignment must be computer typed.

Font – Times New Roman

Font – Style – Regular

Font – Size – 12

Heading should be with Font Size 14, Bold, Capital and Underline.

Explain with suitable diagrams wherever required. Diagrams must be drawn using suitable

software or by pencil and insert the draw with solution.

Each student has to do the assignment individually.

The assignment answers should be in your own words.

Important Policies to be followed

1. Student Academic Integrity Policy*:

MEC upholds the spirit of academic integrity in all forms of academic work and any form of violation

of academic integrity shall invite severe penalty. Any benefit obtained by indulging in the act of

violation of academic integrity shall be cancelled.

All cases of violation of academic integrity on the part of the student shall fall under any of the below

mentioned categories:

1. Plagiarism

2. Malpractice

3. Ghost Writing

4. Collusion

5. Other cases

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