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FOUNDATION IN NATURAL AND BUILT 
ENVIRONMENT 
MATHEMATICS (MTH10304) 
STATISTIC SURVEY PROJECT 
GROUP MEMBERS: 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 
INTRODUCTION PAGE 3 
OBJECTIVES PAGE 4 
METHODOLOGY PAGE 5-6 
SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRES PAGE 7-9 ...
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INTRODUCTION 
Our survey focused on a very common chronic disease, which is called 
Diabetes mellitus, commonly ...
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  1. 1. Page | 1 FOUNDATION IN NATURAL AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT MATHEMATICS (MTH10304) STATISTIC SURVEY PROJECT GROUP MEMBERS:  CHAN PEI SHAN (0318350)  YEO DOR EEN (0316224)  TAN ZHAO MING (0318724)  HOOI ZHAO HONG (0318564)
  2. 2. Page | 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION PAGE 3 OBJECTIVES PAGE 4 METHODOLOGY PAGE 5-6 SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRES PAGE 7-9 STATISTICS ANALYSIS PAGE 10-20 CONCLUSION PAGE 21-22
  3. 3. Page | 3 INTRODUCTION Our survey focused on a very common chronic disease, which is called Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as diabetes. Diabetes is known to develop due to a high level of blood glucose and some other commonly known symptoms such as excessive thirst and production of large amount of urine. Even though diabetes is a very common disease, not much people know about some facts about it. Through this survey, we had prepared some questions relating to some facts of diabetes, such as the types of diabetes, transmission of diabetes and the death rate of the disease all over the world. We also included some not commonly known facts about diabetes like the sugar level of severe diabetes patients and the fact that which gender is more likely to be diagnose with diabetes. What we want to learn through this survey is the knowledge the people of a certain gender and age towards diabetes, and then analyze the ratio of the answer from our respondents so that we can learn how much the society understands about the lifestyles of diabetes patients. Also, we wanted to compare the results from our respondents to know their thoughts on what they think the patients live like, and their understanding towards the disease.
  4. 4. Page | 4 OBJECTIVES We had chosen to focus on male respondents for our survey question. So our objectives of the survey is firstly, to test the knowledge of male young adults about diabetes, because people often misunderstood the symptoms of diabetic patients. Secondly is to analyze the difference of how people view diabetic symptoms, as some people look at diabetes as a very severe chronic disease while others think of less severe. Thirdly is to get an accurate result from different people as we have a minimum of 200 targets and so that we could create a fair statistic to compare the results. And lastly is to complete everything and then come to a conclusion of the aim of our survey.
  5. 5. Page | 5 METHODOLOGY Since we were targeting 200 male young adults for the survey, each of us were responsible to survey 50 male respondents each, and for a fair result each of us surveyed 25 males of aged 21 to 25 and the rest aged 25 to 30. Because the age ranged from 21 to 30, we went to two places for the survey, which was in Taylor’s Lakeside Campus itself and in Sunway Pyramid mall. We spent 3 days of surveying from 6th of November to 8th of November, and then gathered the information together to do the statistics analysis. Zhao Hong (Ben) surveying a male respondent age 21 to 25. This was in Block D Level 4, in front of the classrooms. Zhao Ming surveying a male respondent aged ranged 26 to 30. We met him at Block D Level 4 as well.
  6. 6. After gathering all the completed survey forms, each of us analyze our own 50 forms and then gathered all the information together to make our statistics analysis for this report. We first discuss with each other about the calculations needed and diagrams to portray the information, and we transfer the information onto the report. Page | 6 Pei Shan analysing the reponse from the forms. Doreen typing out part of the report.
  7. 7. Page | 7 SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE 1. Which age group does you belongs to?  21-25  26-30 Symptoms of diabetes 2. What gender is more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes?  Male  Female 3. Ratio of diabetic patients in Malaysia?  1 out of 10  2-3 out of 10  4-5 out of 10  5-7 out of 10  8 out of 10 4. How many types of diabetes are there?  2  3  4  5 5. Which year has the highest rate of diabetes patients?  2000-2002  2002-2004  2004-2006  2006-2008  2008-2010  2010-2012 6. What stage is more likely to be diagnose with diabetes?  Infants and children  Teenagers  Young adults  Grown adults  Senior citizens 7. How diabetes is most likely transmitted?  Lack of exercise  Saliva transmission  Genetics  High sugar level diet  Sexual transmission  Unhygienic lifestyle 8. What is the sugar level of severe diabetic patients?  4-5 mmol/L  5-6 mmol/L  6-8 mmol/L  9-10 mmol/L
  8. 8. Page | 8 9. What are the symptoms of diabetes?  Frequent Urination  Swelling on legs  Loss of appetite  Weight gain  Often feeling fatigue  Lack of concentration  Often numbness  Blurred vision 10. How does diabetes affect one’s daily lifestyle the most?  Troublesome to family  Financial problems due to medication fees  Feeling depression towards life  The need to watch what you put into your mouth  Controlling lifestyle (nonetheless exercise or diet) 11. Death rate of diabetes?  10%-20%  20%-30%  30%-50%  50%-70%  70%-90% Prevention and curing of diabetes 12. Prevention rate of diabetes?  10%-20%  20%-30%  30%-50%  50%-70%  70%-90% 13. Most efficient way to prevent diabetes?  Exercise frequently  Watching blood pressure carefully  Avoid smoking  Avoid alcohol  Watching your diet 14. Curing fees of diabetes every 6 months (medication, operation, checkups)?  RM100-RM200  RM200-RM300  RM300-RM450  RM450-RM600  RM600-RM750
  9. 9. Page | 9 15. Lastly, success rate of curing diabetes?  10%-20%  20%-30%  30%-40%  40%-60%  60%-80%
  10. 10. Page | 10 STATISTICS ANALYSIS 1. Which age group does you belongs to? Age Group 50% 50% Age 21-25 26-30 Frequency 100 100 2. What gender is more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes? Gender Male Female Frequency 103 97 Mode: Male 21-25 26-30 51% 49% Gender Male Female
  11. 11. Page | 11 3. Ratio of diabetic patients in Malaysia? 15% 39% Ratio 1 out of 10 2-3 out of 10 4-5 out of 10 5-7 out of 10 8 out of 10 Frequency 30 78 60 27 5 Mode: 2-3 out of 10 Mean: (1x30) + (2.5x78) + (4.5x60) + (6x27) + (8x5) 200 =3.49 4. How many types of diabetes are there? No. of types No. of types 2 3 4 5 Frequency 47 96 49 8 Mode: 3 types 30% 13% 3% Ratio 1 out of 10 2-3 out of 10 4-5 out of 10 5-7 out of 10 8 out of 10 23% 48% 25% 4% 2 types 3 types 4 types 5 types
  12. 12. Page | 12 5. Which year has the highest rate of diabetes patients? 4% 10% 16% 6% 29% Year 2000-2002 2002-2004 2004-2006 2006-2008 2008-2010 2010-2012 Frequency 9 20 32 11 58 70 Mode: 2010-2012 6. What stage is more likely to be diagnose with diabetes? Stage Infants and children Stage Teenagers Young adults Grown adults Senior citizens Frequency 0 13 13 64 110 Mode: Senior citizens 35% Rate of year 2000-2002 2002-2004 2004-2006 2006-2008 2008-2010 2010-2012 0% 6% 7% 55% 32% Infants and children Teenagers Young adults Grown adults Senior citizens
  13. 13. Page | 13 7. How diabetes is mostly transmitted? Reason of diabetes Lack of exercise Reason of diabetes Saliva 9% 4% transmission 1% 28% Genetics High sugar level diet Sexual transmission Unhygienic lifestyle Frequency 18 2 57 102 8 3 Mode: High sugar level diet 8. What is the sugar level of severe diabetic patients? Sugar level 4-5 mmol/L 5-6 mmol/L 6-8 mmol/L 9-10 mmol/L Frequency 5 44 87 64 Mode: 6-8 mmol/L 51% 7% Lack of exercise Saliva transmission Genetics High sugar level diet Sexual transmission Unhygienic lifestyle 2% 22% 44% 32% Sugar level 4-5 mmol/L 5-6 mmol/L 6-8 mmol/L 9-10 mmol/L
  14. 14. Page | 14 9. What are the symptoms of diabetes? (Can choose more than one) 11% 17% 16% Symptoms Frequency Frequent urination 35 Swelling on legs 53 Loss of appetite 50 Weight gain 61 11% Often feeling fatigue 41 Lack of concentration 35 Often numbness 12 Blurred vision 28 Mode: Weight gain 19% 13% 4% 9% Symptoms Frequent urination Swelling on legs Loss of appetite Weight gain Often feeling fatigue Lack of concentration Often numbness Blurred vision
  15. 15. Page | 15 10. How does diabetes affect one’s daily lifestyle the most? Consequences Troublesome to family Financial problem due to medication fees Feeling depression towards life The need to watch what you put into your mouth Controlling lifestyle (nonetheless exercise or diet) 25% 17% 12% 21% 25% Consequences Frequency Troublesome to family 50 Financial problem due to medication fees 51 Feeling depression towards life 42 The need to watch what you put into your mouth 33 Controlling lifestyle (nonetheless exercise or diet) 24 Mode: Financial problem due to medication fees
  16. 16. Page | 16 11. Death rate of diabetes? Death rate Frequency 10%-20% 17 20%-30% 38 30%-50% 84 50%-70% 46 70%-90% 15 Mode: 30%-50% Mean: (0.15x17) + (0.25x38) + (0.4x84) + (0.6x46) + (0.8x15) 200 =0.426 (42.6%) 8% 19% 42% 23% 8% Death rate 10%-20% 20%-30% 30%-50% 50%-70% 70%-90%
  17. 17. Page | 17 12. Prevention rate of diabetes? Prevention rate Prevention rate Frequency 10%-20% 42 20%-30% 71 30%-50% 52 50%-70% 28 70%-90% 7 Mode: 30%-50% Mean: (0.15x42) + (0.25x71) + (0.4x52) + (0.6x28) + (0.8x7) 200 =0.336 (33.6%) 21% 35% 26% 14% 4% 10%-20% 20%-30% 30%-50% 50%-70% 70%-90%
  18. 18. Page | 18 13. Most efficient way to prevent diabetes? 26% 23% 32% Prevention way Frequency Exercise frequently 52 Watching blood pressure carefully 47 Avoid smoking 21 Avoid alcohol 17 Watching your diet 63 Mode: Watching your diet 10% 9% Prevention way Exercise frequently Watching blood pressure carefully Avoid smoking Avoid alcohol Watching your diet
  19. 19. Page | 19 14. Curing fees of diabetes every 6 months (medication, operation, checkups)? Curing fees Frequency RM100-RM200 13 RM200-RM300 26 RM300-RM450 72 RM450-RM600 53 RM600-RM750 36 Mode: RM300-RM450 Mean: (150x13) + (250x26) + (375x72) + (525x53) + (675x36) 200 = RM437.86 6% 13% 36% 27% 18% Curing fees RM100-RM200 RM200-RM300 RM300-RM450 RM450-RM600 RM600-RM750
  20. 20. Page | 20 15. Lastly, success rate of curing diabetes? 15% Success rate 5% Success rate Frequency 10%-20% 38 20%-30% 60 30%-40% 62 40%-60% 31 60%-80% 9 Mode: 30%-40% Mean: (0.15x38) + (0.25x60) + (0.35x62) + (0.5x31) + (0.7x9) 200 = 0.321 (32.1%) 19% 31% 30% 10%-20% 20%-30% 30%-40% 40%-60% 60%-80%
  21. 21. Page | 21 CONCLUSION In conclusion, we had come up with the statistics analysis of the ratio and mode. We came up with common and uncommon questions and all the questions, where some were to test the respondents’ understanding towards diabetes, while some were about estimating, mostly the numerical questions. There were some questions which were difficult to estimate. More people assumed that male were more likely to be diagnose with diabetes, which had a frequency of 103, whilst for female there is a close frequency of 97. The mode of the ratio of diabetic patients in Malaysia is 2 to 3 out of 10 Malaysians. As the world is more developed and advance, the respondents had assumed that the recent years of 2010 to 2012 has the highest rate of diabetic patients. More people think that financial is a more severe problem when it comes to a diabetic patient’s lifestyle, as they have to visit the doctor more often than normal people. And that lead to questions about the medication fees of the patients every 6 months, and that more people had chosen the answer of RM300 to RM450, which was a more neutral answer of the 5 answers we provided. And for the mode of the 3 percentages questions, were the death rate of 30% to 50%, prevention rate of 30% to 50%, and curing rate of 30% to 40%. All the 3 questions had a mode towards neutral. While for the questions that tests the understanding level of the respondents, firstly is to test them the types of diabetics there is, and the mode is 3 different types. Next is the stage of a human who were more likely to be diagnose with diabetes, and senior citizens got the highest frequency of 110. The mode for transmission of diabetes is high sugar level diet of 102, and secondly comes genetics, of 57. The sugar level of severe diabetic patients were mostly 6 to 8
  22. 22. mmol/L chosen by the respondents, where mmol/L means millimoles per litre. More respondents think that watching one’s diet is more likely to prevent diagnosis of diabetes. The last question is a question where the respondents can choose more than one answer, which is about the symptoms of diabetes. Most of the answers’ frequency were equally distributed, but the mode of weight gain with a frequency of 61, then comes swelling on arms and legs of 53, and in third place is loss of appetite of 50. After an analysis of this survey, it shows that the understanding level of diabetes of male aged 21 to 30 in total, is fairly high, but there were some respondents who does not really understand the disease. But overall, the responses were mostly accurate about diabetes and fair enough for us to make a comparison. Page | 22

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