Monday, June 10, 2013

Gym Freqs

A submission from teacher Jon Purdy. Jon writes of his picture of exercise weights in a gym:
[I] noticed this while exercising today. More wear on the middle weights indicate greater usage, with usage dropping off as the weights get heavier and slight drop off with the lightest weights.
A great example of a discrete frequency distribution of use. Thanks Jon.
Next week, I'll have some measurements of this use and wear.


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James Dooley said...

When I go to the gym, I will go on different types of equipment, such as weights, running machine, bike and also a long jump runway