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Ehrenberg could see that in order to read a table of figures successfully, there was a heavy loading on short-term memory – one needs to remember some or all of the numbers contained in the table, at least momentarily, and this is what causes overload. The first is typical of the sort of hard-to-read table that is still too common in textbooks, while the second is Ehrenberg’s improved version. 4 The cities ordered by population size (Ehrenberg’s ‘after’ table) Sales in £000 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Av. Sheffield Leeds Edinburgh Hull 230 280 140 70 220 260 130 81 190 220 130 71 220 340 210 84 220 270 150 76 Swansea Plymouth Luton Bolton 62 41 24 31 66 44 28 29 62 33 23 25 77 50 27 29 67 42 25 29 Average 110 107 94 130 110 Ehrenberg set out six guiding principles, which are: 1.
Populations (millions): USA 289, China 1308, Russia 143, Australia 20. edu/emuseum/information/population/. ‘Dotheboys Comprehensive School’ boasts that compared with all the secondary schools in the city, they have the largest number of learners each year gaining five GCSEs at Grade C or better. This may not be surprising, since Dotheboys is by far the largest school in the area. In order to make comparisons between institutions or countries of different size, absolute figures such as these are fairly useless by themselves.
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