# MAT 273 — Applied Statistics: PROJECT I

This past couple of weeks you have just studied the topics of mean, median, mode, quartiles and standard deviation. Now, we are going to use these mathematical concepts to analyze the weights of the TU football team. Attached is a roster of the players with their weights, and an electronic form of this data is available on the course webpage.

Data Analysis:

1. Find your own personal sample of 30 players by starting at the player named in the email that accompanied this assignment. Start counting with the next person on the list, and take every third person on the list until you get 30 people. (Jump to the top of the table if you run out.)
2. Compute the five-number summary using the sample data above and then construct a box-and-whisker plot for the data. If you wish, you can use the graph template document and stretch the elements to fit your data, or draw the graph neatly and accurately by hand.
3. Calculate the mean and standard deviation for the sample data.
4. Use the mean and standard deviation from Part 3 to create an Empirical Rule graph (normal curve). Compare the curve to the box and whisker plot to determine if the data “roughly” follows the Empirical Rule. If you wish, you can use the graph template document and stretch the elements to fit your data.
5. The population mean for the entire team is 214.6 pounds and population standard deviation for the entire team is 42.2 pounds. Compare these to the results for step 3. Do your sample statistics fairly represent the population parameters?

For Project 1 You will get your sample of thirty players starting with player Melvin King, found in line 69 of the Excel data file “Project 1 Data Fall 2015.xls”. Please follow all the instructions found in the description file “Project 1 Fall 2015.doc”

In addition to submitting all work and calculations (whether done by hand or on Excel), you are to submit a word-processed 6-paragraph summary of the assignment and your findings. The summary should be formatted with one paragraph for the introduction , one paragraph of analysis/interpretation for each of steps two through five listed above, and a one-paragraph conclusion. The summary should not detail your method of calculations, rather it should report and interpret the results of your calculations and what they mean. Submit the data, the calculations, the graphs, and the analysis paper to Moodle or to the instructor on or before the due date.

2015 Football Roster

 # First Name Last Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 60 Warsame Aden FR OL 6’ 5” 278 Columbus, Ohio 4 Jalen Alexander SO DB 5’ 10” 180 Miami Gardens, Fla. 71 Matt Anderson FR OL 6’ 4” 295 Monticello, Indiana 10 Jeremy Armstrong JR WR 6’ 3” 205 Springfield, Ohio 25 Roamelle Bell SR CB 5’ 9” 182 Shaker Heights, Ohio Jonathan Bisono FR OL 6’ 2” 270 Cincinnati, Ohio Nathan Blair FR OL 6’ 4” 300 Amherst, Ohio Jon Blankenship FR DE 6’ 0” 230 Dunkirk, Indiana 20 Patrick Boggs SR RB 6’ 0” 205 Mogadore, Ohio 40 Davion Bowers SR RB 5’ 10” 220 Canal Winchester OH 96 Josh Brebant FR K 6’ 1” 190 Akron, Ohio 24 Jerry Brown JR RB 6’ 1” 185 McComb, Ohio 62 Mason Butler SO OL 6’ 2” 275 Malvern, Ohio 19 Derek Calderon SO DB 5’ 10” 180 Covina, Ca. 48 Jake Carisales SO LB 5’ 10” 190 Port Clinton, Ohio 68 Alec Carnicom FR OL 6’ 2” 280 Freemont, Ohio 73 Chase Carter SO OL 6’ 3” 275 Lewis Center, Ohio 77 David Castorena SR OL 6’ 3” 295 Phoenix, Ariz. 12 Victor Cave FR LS 6’ 1” 240 Cincinnati, Ohio Cole Chandler FR WR 5’ 10” 180 Springboro, Ohio Maurice Chatman II FR RB 5’ 7” 160 Columbus, Ohio Troy Clay FR RB 5’ 9” 190 Springfield, Ohio 46 Sheldon Clemons SR RB 5’ 11” 180 Detroit, Mich. Nathan Coffman FR TE 6’ 4” 230 Crestline, Ohio Charles Cole III FR DE 6’ 2” 240 Ypsilanti, Michigan 18 Carrington Contee SO DB 5’ 9” 160 Tracey’s Landing, MD 84 Pedro Correa III SR WR 6’ 1” 165 Deerfield Beach, Fla. 15 Mike Covington JR LB 6’ 1” 210 Columbus, Ohio 65 Kameron Crim FR OL 6’ 4” 305 Covington, Kentucky Alec D’Angela FR LB 5’ 10” 190 Windsor, Ontario, Canada Blake Darnell FR DT 6’ 2” 240 New Lexington, Ohio Twain Davis FR DT 6’ 2” 330 Marion, Ohio Christian Dawson FR WR 5’ 11” 205 Mt. Orab, Ohio 37 Tomislav Derezic SR K 6’ 0” 220 Mentor, Ohio Quintin Dowdy FR FS 6’ 2” 190 Walled Lake, Michigan # First Name Last Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 94 Ryean Dowling SO LB 5’ 11” 180 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 33 Jordan Dye FR SS 6’ 0” 200 Tiffin, Ohio 18 DJ Edwards-Stewart SR DB 6’ 0” 205 Detroit, Michigan Tommy Fallow FR DE 6’ 3” 210 Chillicothe, Ohio 13 Brock Fargus FR QB 6’ 2” 185 Zanesville, Ohio 70 Kile Fox SO OL 6’ 2” 275 Bellevue, Ohio 98 Jared Friszman SO PK 5’ 10” 170 Macedonia, Ohio 87 Derek Goecke JR WR 6’ 2” 185 Spencerville, Ohio Calvin Green FR WR 5’ 11” 200 Flint, Michigan 50 Evan Green FR LB 6’ 3” 220 Lapeer, Michigan 30 Ryan Grooms FR LB 6’ 3” 230 Grove City, Ohio Joseph Harakal FR K/P 5’ 11” 180 Catasauqua, Pa. 58 Blake Harper SO DE 6’ 1” 240 Dayton, Ohio 45 Terry Harper JR LB 5’ 11” 220 Columbus, Ohio Garrett Hausman FR LB 5’ 10” 220 Freemont, Ohio 35 Andrew Hawkins FR LB 6’ 2” 190 Cincinnati, Ohio 36 Al Haynes SO RB 5’ 10” 175 Bellevue, Ohio 63 David Heil SO OT 6’ 6” 330 Galloway, Ohio 81 Jordan Herrnstein FR TE 6’ 4” 190 New Washington, Ohio 28 Justin Herrnstein SR LB 6’ 4” 220 New Washington, Ohio Jordan Hissong FR WR 6’ 1” 178 Fort Wayne, Indiana 5 Charles Holland SO WR 6’ 4” 185 Columbus, Ohio Orlando Howard FR LB 5’ 8” 200 Cincinnati, Ohio Toriano Hudson FR CB 5’ 9” 140 Warren, Michigan Hayden Hunter FR RB 5’ 9” 190 Lewis Center, Ohio 19 Antwon Ivery FR WR 5’ 10” 185 South Bend, Indiana Marvin Jackson III FR DB 6’ 2” 180 Oberlin, Ohio 43 Austin Jasper SO LB 6’ 3” 235 Earlville, N.Y. 27 Sean Johnson SO S 6’ 0” 195 Miramar, Florida 8 Vinny Jones JR DE 6’ 3” 225 Dublin, Ohio 1 Johnny Joseph FR DB 5’ 8” 170 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Nicholas Kemper FR DE 6’ 3” 215 Bucyrus, Ohio Melvin King FR RB 6’ 1” 213 Euclid, Ohio 90 Eddie Kontul SO DL 6’ 4” 275 Marengo, Ohio 56 Kevin Lefeld SO DE 6’ 3” 235 Huber Heights, Ohio # First Name Last Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 69 John Lewis SO OL 6’ 4” 313 Trotwood, Ohio 37 Kade Long FR LB 6’ 0” 230 Clyde, Ohio Keegan Lowe FR LB 6’ 0” 220 Port Clinton, Ohio 42 Morgan Loyd JR OLB 6’ 3” 220 Dacula, Ga. William Martin FR TE 6’ 1” 230 Rockford, Michigan 82 Eric Maskey SO P 6’ 3” 210 Sycamore, Ohio 2 Willie Mays III JR DE 6’ 4” 225 Escondido, California 15 Colin McNamara FR QB 6’ 0” 175 Fairview Park, Ohio Jacob Mertus FR LB 6’ 1” 200 Tallmadge, Ohio Blake Miller FR SS 5’ 9” 180 Clyde, Ohio 14 Caleb Miller SO DB 5’ 11” 185 Carlisle, Ohio 64 Azell Mitchell SO OL 6’ 3” 280 Cincinnati, Ohio 23 Ross Moore FR CB 5’ 9” 160 Lake Orion, Michigan 47 Lewis Morrison FR DB 5’ 8” 170 Lexington, Kentucky 14 Joseph Mullen FR QB 6’ 3” 185 Dundee, Illinois Blane Murillo FR WR 5’ 8” 178 Lakeland, Michigan 72 Matt Noble JR OL 6’ 3” 285 Cincinnati, Ohio 26 Jordan Nobles SO RB 5’ 10” 176 Northfield, Ohio 9 Clinton Okoro SR DB 5’ 9” 170 San Jose, Ca. 51 Gregery Page FR LB 6’ 1” 225 Cleveland, Ohio Lafaele Pauli FR S 5’ 10” 210 San Jose, California 2 Antonio Pipkin JR QB 6’ 3” 205 Gary, Ind. 76 Max Pollom JR OL 6’ 6” 310 Plain City, Ohio 44 Tommy Pritchard SR LB 6’ 3” 230 Way Care, Ariz. 93 Jalen Randolph JR DL 5’ 10” 250 Columbus, Ohio 91 Jamar Randolph JR DL 6’ 0” 230 Columbus, Ohio 16 Austen Rankin JR WR 5’ 10” 170 Dublin, Ohio 9 Isaiah Richmond FR RB 6’ 0” 225 Pickerington, Ohio Ryan Rios FR WR 5’ 7” 155 Loudonville, Ohio 17 Cody Rollins SO SS 6’ 2” 185 Lima, Ohio Schnyder Rosier FR CB 5’ 7” 165 Palm Beach, Florida Charles Ross III FR RB 5’ 7” 175 Toronto, Ohio Michael Sabol FR DE 6’ 2” 230 Parma Heights, Ohio 7 Jalen Santoro JR WR 6’ 1” 160 Bellevue, Ohio Dylan Saunders FR K 5’ 10” 215 Gallipolis, Ohio # First Name Last Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 66 Logan Schneider SO OL 6’ 3” 290 Alexandria, Ky. 21 Shawn Scott JR DB 6’ 0” 195 Dublin, Ohio Logan See FR LS 6’ 0” 220 Grove City, Ohio 11 Tony Shead SR WR 6’ 1” 190 South Bend, Ind. 80 Jamal Slappy FR WR 6’ 3” 195 Columbus, Ohio 83 Jalen Slick FR WR 5’ 10” 175 Freemont, Ohio 29 Tajah Smith FR RB 5’ 9” 179 South Bend, Indiana Anthony Springer FR WR 6’ 1” 208 Southfield, Michigan 31 Jesse Stoudt SR LB 6’ 0” 220 Barnesville, Ohio 41 Mike Taggart SO LB 6’ 1” 180 Gahanna, Ohio 57 Ridge Tarwacki FR OL 6’ 3” 300 Edwardsburg, Michigan Brok Theisen FR LB 6’ 0” 180 New Bavaria, Ohio Johnson Thomas FR LB 5’ 9” 215 Pompano Beach, Florida 75 Al Thompson JR DT 6’ 4” 300 Marysville, Ohio DeAndre Thompson FR TE 6’ 1” 255 Euclid, Ohio Manzy Velasquez FR DT 5’ 11” 265 Tampa, Florida Kevin Wade FR DL 6’ 2” 290 Canal Winchester, Ohio 54 Hunter Waits FR DE 6’ 5” 235 Columbus, Ohio 53 Darius Walker SO DT 6’ 3” 285 Marysville, Ohio Marty Ward FR RB 5’ 9” 223 Niles, Michigan 3 Chris Watkins SO RB 5’ 9” 190 Southfield, Mich. 20 Dareian Watkins FR WR 6’ 1” 195 Galion, Ohio Bryan Watson II FR DB 5’ 9” 155 Farmington Hills, Michigan 19 Nick Wheeler SO QB 6’ 0” 180 Mansfield, Ohio

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