Junior Seminar class

Statistics Table Frequency Distribution of Kinds of Animals in Travelife Magazine (Sept – Oct Issue) &nbsp. &nbsp. Real &nbsp. Fantasy &nbsp. Total &nbsp. &nbsp. FrequencyPercentage
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Frequency
Percentage
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Frequency
Percentage
Wild Animals
7
58.3
1
8.3
8
66.7
Domesticated Animals
1
8.3
3
25.0
4
33.3
Total
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8
66.7
&nbsp.
4
33.3
&nbsp.
12
100.0
Table 1 shows the frequency distribution of the different kinds of animals found in the September to October 2011 issue of Travelife Magazine, a travel and leisure magazine that features different exotic destinations that are fit for vacation spots. As the table illustrates, 66.7% of the animals featured in the magazine are wild animals while 33.3% are domesticated animals, or those animals that are taken in as pets. Moreover, 66.7% of the animals featured in the magazine are real life animals while 33.3% are fantasy animals. It can also be seen that Real Wild Animals made up 58.3% of the animals featured, Real Domesticated Animals made up of 8.3% of the animals featured, Fantasy Wild Animals made up of the animals featured, and Fantasy Domesticated Animals made up 25.0% of the animals featured.
The magazine was made up of 62 pages which means that there was an animal featured for every 5 magazine pages. It is also interesting to note that except for the bird, no other animal was featured twice in the magazine. Other animals featured include the Marine Iguana, Wild Tortoise, Ocelot, Crab, Sea Lion, Elephant, Shark, Monkey, Crocodile, Water Buffalo, and the Horse.
Given the nature of the statistics taken from these data, it can be inferred that the publication places a focus on nature and its elements because of the high rate of animals featured in it. The society may also be expected to be a nature loving one because of the emphasis placed on exotic creatures. It may also be noted that a great degree of importance is placed on the animals because of the advertisements and articles made that feature them.