Mathematical models in the youth motor activity analysis

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Pavlova Yu. O., Zikrach D. Yu. № 2 (51) 113-117 Image Image

The article deals with the problem of development and implementation of specialized research techniques for monitoring research and identifying of risk groups. The motor activity of 10th grade schoolchildren has been analyzed, and overall index has been calculated. The detailed statistical analysis of motor activity of respondents of different sex has been done. The girls who live in cities have the low indices of motor activity. High indices of motor activity for only a third of boys and one-tenth of the girls have been presented

Keywords: statistics, physical activity, youth.

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