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Even Volleyball has math!. Our obejective. - We are trying to find which serve, a jump serve or a float serve is more efficient going to a zone. Hypothesis- We think that the Float serve is ultimately more efficient. How we did it…. 10 Girls from NKU volleyball team

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Our obejective

-We are trying to find which serve, a jump serve or a float serve is more efficient going to a zone.

Hypothesis-

We think that the Float serve is ultimately more efficient.

how we did it
How we did it…
  • 10 Girls from NKU volleyball team
  • 5 Jump served (10 serves to each zone)
  • 5 Float served

Why?

Game of volleyball has to do with Probability and Statistics.

Definition- Enable us to better understand things. They move us from vague sense of disordered randomness to a focused concept of measured proportion

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6 Zones

Court is 60 by 30

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Conclusion of Data

From our Results:

A Float Serve is the best, it had the most control to the zones.

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Symmetry

Volleyball court is 60 feet by 30 feet ( rectangle)

A ball is a perfect sphere and it has infinite amount of symmetry