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<p>SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING &amp; DESIGNFoundation of Natural &amp; Built Environments (FNBE)</p> <p>MATHEMATICS [MTH10304] Lecturer: Ms Ann See PengAssignment: Statistics Group Members: Kiing Kiu Chun Lau Chin Sheng William Goh Ming Hann Sham Zhen Wen</p> <p>1TABLE OF CONTENT</p> <p>NOTITTLEPAGE</p> <p>1Cover Page1</p> <p>2Table of Content2</p> <p>3Introduction3</p> <p>4Objectives4</p> <p>5Methodology5-8</p> <p>6Survey Form9</p> <p>7Analysis10-26</p> <p>8Conclusion27</p> <p>2INTRODUCTIONDiabetes, also known by doctors as diabetes mellitus, in which the person has high blood glucose, either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both. Patients with high blood sugar will typically experience frequent urination, they will become very thirsty and hungry. Nowadays, we can see that lots of young adults diagnosed with diabetes. So, we chose diabetes as our topic because we would like to find out how well do adults aged between 21-25 and 26-30 know about diabetes. There are 16 questions in our survey form. Through the survey form we can analyse and determine the understanding level of young adults aged 21 to 25 and adults aged 26 to 30 on one of the common chronic disease in Malaysia.</p> <p>3OBJECTIVESNowadays, diabetes is very common. Especially adults, most of the adults now are diagnosed with diabetes. It is very disturbing that a young adult have such disease. It could troubles his daily life as he or she may need constant insulin injection or proper care. Diabetes is a chronic disease. You cant get rid of it. However, it can be delayed and prevent. Therefore, knowledge and education of diabetes is very important to the adults now. So we decided to use men as or target analysis. Analysis on men between age 21-25 and 26-30 is considered for different purposes. The main objective of this survey is to compare their understanding level on diabetes between the age 21-25 and 26-30.</p> <p>4METHODOLOGY</p> <p>Filling the survey.</p> <p>Tabulating the survey data</p> <p>Converting data into chart.</p> <p>Designing the Infographic poster1. Age 21-25 26-30</p> <p>2. Have you ever had diabetes education? Yes No</p> <p>3. Have you ever check your blood glucose levels? Yes No</p> <p>4. How many friends and family members of yours that encountered with diabetes? 0-2 3-5 6-8 9-11</p> <p>5. Which blood glucose (sugar) reading below which you think is normal level? 25-40 mg/dl 70-99 mg/dl 100-125 mg/dl 126-140 mg/dl</p> <p>6. Do you think diabetes is caused by little or no insulin produced by pancreas? Yes No </p> <p>7. All types of Diabetes can be cured. Yes No </p> <p>8. All types of Diabetes can be prevented. Yes No </p> <p>9. Do you think diabetes is related to obesity? Yes No</p> <p>10. I cant have diabetes if I have normal weight. Yes No </p> <p>11. People with family history of diabetes have higher risk. Yes No </p> <p>12. Which type of diabetes do you think is the most common type? Type 1 Type 2 Gestational Diabetes</p> <p>13. Smoking is a cause of diabetes. True False</p> <p>14. Do you think eating less sugar would help decrease the risk of getting diabetes? Yes No</p> <p>15. Most of the diabetes death occur in low and middle income country. Yes No</p> <p>16. Healthy lifestyle can prevent risk of getting diabetes. Yes No</p> <p>1. Age21-25100</p> <p>26-30100</p> <p>1. Have you ever had diabetes education?Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No445644100</p> <p>(Mode = No)Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No633763100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age</p> <p>1. Have you ever checked your blood glucose levels?Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No326832100</p> <p>(Mode = No)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No544654100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>1. How many friends and family members of yours that encountered with diabetes?</p> <p>Age: 21-25GroupFrequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>0-23-56-89-11761464769096100</p> <p>(Mode = 0-2)Mean= ((1x76)+(4x14)+(7x6)+(10x4)) 100 =2.14 Median= 100/2= 50*median = group 0-2</p> <p>Age 26-30GroupFrequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>0-23-56-89-112337319236091100</p> <p>(Mode = 3-5)Mean= ((1x23)+(4x37)+(7x31)+(10x9)) 100 =4.78 Median= 100/2= 50*median = group 3-5</p> <p>1. Which blood glucose (sugar) reading below which you think is normal level? Age 21-25Glucose levelFrequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>25-40 mg/dl70-99 mg/dl100-125 mg/dl126-140 mg/dl1439425145395100</p> <p>(Mode = 100-125mg/dl)Age 26-30Glucose levelFrequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>25-40 mg/dl70-99 mg/dl100-125 mg/dl126-140 mg/dl10552510106590100</p> <p>(Mode = 70-99mg/dl)</p> <p>1. Do you think diabetes is caused by little or no insulin produced by pancreas?</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No712971100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No673367100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>1. All types of Diabetes can be cured.</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No277327100</p> <p>(Mode = No)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No326832100</p> <p>(Mode = No)</p> <p>1. All types of Diabetes can be prevented.</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No742674100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No445644100</p> <p>(Mode = No)</p> <p>1. Do you think diabetes is related to obesity?</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No821882100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No712971100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>1. I cant have diabetes if I have normal weight.</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No356535100</p> <p>(Mode = No)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No336733100</p> <p>(Mode = No)</p> <p>1. People with family history of diabetes have higher risk.</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No891189100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No861486100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>1. Which type of diabetes do you think is the most common type?</p> <p>Age: 21-25Type of diabetesFrequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Type 1Type 2Gestational Diabetes 4438184482100</p> <p>(Mode = Type 1)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Type of diabetesFrequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Type 1Type 2Gestational Diabetes 2745282772100</p> <p>(Mode = Type 2)</p> <p>1. Smoking is a cause of diabetes</p> <p>FALSETRUE</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>TRUEFALSE247624100</p> <p>(Mode = FALSE)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No663466100</p> <p>(Mode = TRUE)</p> <p>1. Do you think eating less sugar would help decrease the risk of getting diabetes?</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No821882100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No683268100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>1. Most of the diabetes death occurs in low and middle income country.</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No604060100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No554555100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>1. Healthy lifestyle can prevent risk of getting diabetes.</p> <p>Age: 21-25Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No871387100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Age: 26-30Frequency, fCumulative frequency, F</p> <p>Yes No792179100</p> <p>(Mode = Yes)</p> <p>Conclusion In conclusion, the major purpose of our survey is to gather and integrate all the information into a complete table and compare the understanding level on diabetes between the male with the age of 21-25 and 26-30. Through the histogram that show participants (100 male with the age of 21-25 and 100 male with the age of 26-30), we find out that 63% of male with the age 26-30 have basic diabetes knowledge than male with the age 21-25 which is 44% only. Other than that, 55% of male from age group 26-30 known the normal glucose level which is 70-99 mg/dl and it is higher than the male from the age group of 21-25, which is 39%. Besides, 56% of male from age group of 26-30 know that diabetes cannot be cured whereas only 26% of male from group 21-25 answer it correctly. On the other hand, 66% of male from group 26-30 comprehend that smoking will causes diabetes, however only 24% of male from group of 21-25 have the same idea. Lastly, from the overall survey, we can conclude that male from the age group of 26-30 have a better understanding on diabetes than the male of age group 21-25.</p>