Descriptive Statistics in the Field Study of Bread Demand in Sulaimani

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Hanaw Ahmed Amin

Abstract

Background:


As it is clear, bread is the main food of the majority of the plates of food component, in a way that affects the desires and desires of food and even its business and movements. For the same reason, we did a survey among civilized the people of Sulaimani, whether they eat and buy more bread and are acceptable to them (wheat or barley).


Materials and Methods:


 Focusing on the basics and framework of kind the facts of descriptive statistics from some details on the quantitative and qualitative data in the applications. Frequency distributions and Charts are plotted of the results with SPSS program.


Results:


According to frequencies, at most 54% of males were aged between 20 and over from extended families prefer 1 - 2 pieces of wheat bread can have in their meals daily.


Conclusion:


The suitable practice of descriptive statistics allows economic ministry managers to additional efficiently balance and control of economics strategies and plans. Note that these result gives further information about economic future policy.

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“Descriptive Statistics in the Field Study of Bread Demand in Sulaimani”, JUBPAS, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 128–147, Jan. 2024, doi: 10.29196/wvpey767.
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“Descriptive Statistics in the Field Study of Bread Demand in Sulaimani”, JUBPAS, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 128–147, Jan. 2024, doi: 10.29196/wvpey767.

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