This quarter I worked on my survey about hours of sleep Byron High School students get on average and other factors that affect it. I came up with five questions that I wanted to ask on the survey. My group that I was in for my game project and I put all of our questions together into one survey. It was more convenient and time efficient to do one big survey than doing our own surveys individually. My group and I used a random generator found online to randomly select 25 juniors and 25 seniors at Byron High School.
After graphing my data I found some of the results surprising. One was that there was no correlation between hours of sleep and hours of physical activity done in day. I wrote quotes for the graphs that had no correlation explaining why this could be possible. Another was there was there was no correlation between hours of sleep and GPA. There was also no correlation between hours of sleep and the number of meals consumed in a day. The only graph that showed some correlation was between hours of sleep and the number of caffeinated drinks you consumed in a day. The more caffeinated drinks you consumed you'll get less sleep. I thought there would be more correlation in my graphs but there wasn't. My results were not what I expected. I thought the more physical activity you get the more sleep you get cause you would be tired. I thought that there would be some type of link between GPA and hours of sleep. And I also thought that the more meals consumed the more sleep you would get because you would be full and tired.