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In this study we have spotted the Transportation from the data given to study the different demographic subsets such as:

• Education level
• Overall monthly expenditure
• Marital status
• Household size
• Type of tenure
• Type of housing unit
• Expenditure group

As we continue to hold each subset individually to get an overall picture that lead us to the right decision as follows:

➢ The Education Level:

|Expenditure By Educational Status |Avg. Expenditure |% Of total Expenditure |Rank |
|Post Graduate |2957 |28% |1 |
|Bachelor |1404 |13% |2 |
|Pre- University / Diploma |1333 |13% |3 |
|Intermediate |1089 |10% |4 |
|Secondary / Equivalent |1086 |10% |5 |
|Primary |1028 |10% |6 |
|Read & Write |1012 |10% |7 |
|Illiterate |707 |7% |8 |
|Total |10616 | | |

As shown from the above table that the average monthly expenditure on the transportation is SR 10,616. People with post graduate degree show the highest percentage with 28% followed by the bachelor and pre- University / Diploma…...

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