field test - Joshua Sipe M&M distribution Introduction:...

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7.769 0 P-val=.169 Joshua Sipe Introduction: The field project that I chose to do was the distribution of M&M colors based on the evenly distributed percents as said by the mars company. This seemed like a fun project because people always have a favorite color and are always asking themselves “why isn’t there more of one color than the others.” Being a fan of M&Ms I thought that this would be information that I would be interesting to know. My initial feelings about this project were that it would be interesting to find out if mars holds up their word on the distribution. I also thought that the process of taking statistical data would be time consuming and repetitive. Population: M&M companies produce over four hundred million M&Ms of different flavors a day, since the population is so large I am testing a sample of peanut M&Ms or fourteen ounces produced by the mars candy factory. My sample will include red, green, yellow, orange, blue and brown M&Ms. Sample Procedure:
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