### Chap 16 Frequency Table - What can we gather from this data?

After one term, the canteen vendor that sells snacks decides to collect some data that would help them in the planning of resources during the term.

Here's the set of data gathered:
 Chicken pies bought per person 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Number of people 1 15 9 4 6 3 2

Make an attempt to figure out what information can be "drawn" from this set of data gathered.
Put down at least 3 pieces of information you can draw out from the above table.

1. 1. We can tell the total number of people who buy chicken pies and the amount of chicken pies they buy each.

2. We can tell the total number of chicken pies bought.

3. We can tell on the average, the most number of people who buy this certain "amount" of chicken pies. We can see that most people would buy 2 chicken pies.

2. 1) we can tell the number of people who went to buy chicken pies.
2) we can tell the number of chicken pies bought.
3) we can tell the number of people that bought the most number of chicken pies

3. 1)The number of pies that the stall holder needs to buy for the next term so that the supply and the demand is about the same.
2)The number of people who bought pies from that stall.
3)The number of pies sold.

4. 1) most people buy 2 pies at one time
2) We can tell the number of pies bought.
3) We can tell the number of people who bought the pies

5. 1)The mode of this table is 2.
2)The number of customers.
3)The number of pies.

6. 1) The number of pies sold
2) The number of customers
3) Most of the people bought 2 chicken pies

7. 1) We can gather how many people visited the store.
2) We can gather how many pies are sold.
3) We can tell which is the most popular amount which the people buy pies in

8. 1)We can gather the number of patrons to the store.
2)We can gather the popularity of the stores.
3)we can gather the number of pies sold.