Let's begin recording some data on the chart. The time
is **13:00** hours on the **10th January**,
and you have just collated the details of the inspections carried out
in the previous week. The number of cars inspected (the sample size)
was **950**, and the following defects were identified:

**1**case of*Blisters***1**case of*Orange Peel***2**cases of*Flotation***1**case of*Sags / Runs***1**case of*Dull Finish*

Begin by adding this information to your chart, and check it against the example below before moving on.

Date >> | 10/01 | ||||||||||
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Time >> | 13:00 | ||||||||||

# | Characteristic | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 |

1 | Blisters | 1 | |||||||||

2 | Scratches | ||||||||||

3 | Overspray | ||||||||||

4 | Orange Peel | 1 | |||||||||

5 | Flotation | 2 | |||||||||

6 | Off Colour | ||||||||||

7 | Sags/Runs | 1 | |||||||||

8 | Gun Spits | ||||||||||

9 | Dirt | ||||||||||

10 | Dull Finish | 1 | |||||||||

Defects (c) | |||||||||||

Sample Size (n) | 950 | ||||||||||

Proportion (u = c / n) |