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Figure 12: The preference of students to do physical activities regularly.

The bar chart shows the percentage of students with differences of male and female gender. The highest of percentage of female students chose 'DISAGREE' with a shared of thirty- nine percent while the 'AGREE' option only with thirty percent. Then, the highest percentage of male students said ' AGREE ' option with a shared of eighteen percent while ' DISAGREE ' option only with seven percent. Information shows that among female students, most of them did not agree that they did physical activities regularly. However, among the male students, most of them agreed that they did physical activities regularly.

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Figure 13: The preference of students spends time to do some physical activities after the class every evening.

The bar chart shows the percentage of students with differences of male and female gender. The highest of percentage of female students chose 'DISAGREE' with a shared of sixty-four percent while female students who chose 'AGREE' only with eleven per cent. Then, the highest percentage of male students answered option ' DISAGREE ' with a shared of fourteen percent while the 'AGREE' only by eleven percent. Information shows that among female students, most of them did not agree that every evening when classes finished, they would do some physical activities. However, among the male students, most of them did not quite agree that every evening when the classes finished, they would do some physical activities.

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Figure 14: The preference of students will allocate their time to do some physical activities for evening weekend.

The bar chart shows the percentage of students with differences of male and female gender. The highest percentage of female students who made up half of them chose 'DISAGREE' with a shared of fifty percent. While, the percentage of female students who chose 'AGREE' was twenty five percent which was also the same as the highest percentage of male students who chose 'AGREE'. So, there was no percentage for the male student 'DISAGREE' the fact that they would allocate their evening weekend with physical activities. Information shows that girls 'DISAGREE' that they would allocate their evening weekend with some of the physical activities.

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Figure 15: The preference of students do physical activities when in bad mood.

The bar graph shows the percentage of students with differences of male and female gender. The highest of percentage of female students to choose 'DISAGREE' was thirty-nine percent while the 'AGREE' option only with thirty-six percent. Then, the highest percentage of male students replied 'DISAGREE' was fourteen percent while the 'AGREE' option only with eleven percent. Information shows that among female students, most of them did not agree with the statement that they did physical activities when they were in bad mood. However, among the male students, most of them did not agree that they did physical activities when they were in bad mood.

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Figure 16: The preference of students does some physical activities at least a day in a week.

The bar graph shows the percentage of students with differences of male and female gender. The highest percentage of female students to choose 'AGREE' was the percentage of sixty-eight percent, while for the girls, who made the choice 'DISAGREE' only by seven percent. Then, the highest percentage of male students said 'AGREE' was the percentage of twenty-one percent, while for male students who made the choice 'DISAGREE' only by four percent. This information shows that among female students, most of them agreed with the statement that they would do physical activities at least a day in a week. However, among the male students, most of them agreed that they did physical activities at least a day in a week.

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Figure 17: The preference of students can revitalize mind and enlighten the body type by...
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