Sunday, November 1, 2009

Halloween by the numbers

313 number of Trick-or-Treaters to CadMur Manor, from 6 p.m. until we ran out of candy
70 estimated percent of trick-or-treaters who live outside of Mill Creek, our neighborhood
66 number of minutes elapsed from first trick-or-treater until the last
63 number of children who said, "I love your dogs!"
52 temperature, in fahrenheit, at 6 p.m.
49 temperature, in fahrenheit, at 7:04 p.m.
30 estimated percent of trick-or-treaters who actually live in Mill Creek
22 estimated age in years of the oldest trick-or-treater
17 number of children who commented, correctly, that our dogs are Jack Russell terriers
12 number of seconds, on average, between each trick-or-treater
7:04 time, post meridiem, when last piece of candy was given
5:58 time, post meridiem, when first trick-or-treaters appeared
4.74 average number of trick-or-treaters per minute
5 percent of trick-or-treaters who made no attempt to wear a costume; went as a "human being" or a "student"
4 number of months old of the youngest trick-or-treater
1 number of pieces of candy given to each trick-or-treater
0 number of frowns


sarahdmaxwell said...

I love all the stats! I used to keep random stats like this when I taught I'm the principal and keep stats on teachers! :-)

Donna said...

This was a cute post. I'm reminded of Dustin Hoffman in Rainman. ;)