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# Sample Term Project - This workbook contains the data and...

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This workbook contains the data and accompanying Excel analysis for a set of data gathered by Christine McDaniel in the spring of 1995 at a Ukrops grocery store. I have included some Excel menus but do not put them in your report. Each sheet is labeled according to the number on your assignment sheet. Your analysis and results will differ because you will have different data. She had two variables that could be used for C1. I have presented two methods for the confidence interval in #12 The sampling units ( entities for which she recorded observations ) were customers. Sampling Procedure: After obtaining permission from Ukrops she stopped customers and asked them to respond to her questions to provide the data recorded on the Data Worksheet. I do not have a copy of the actual questions she asked. She did this on two days and after completing the questioning of one customer she asked to obtain information from the next customer encountered. Since there is no apparent bias in the way she selected customers, then one would anticipate that the sample would be representative of the population of Ukrop's customers. The phenomenon she chose consisted of the shopping and personal characteristics of customers at a Ukrops grocery. The data are selected from the population of all customers that shop at this particular Ukrops.

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Orig. Data Page 2 Data Gathered by Christine McDaniel in the spring of 1995 at a Ukrops Grocery sto C2 C1 C1 Q1 Do you have Do You Use Observation 1. Age 2. Valued 3. Manufacturer's 4. Number in # Group Customer Card? Coupons? household? 1 34 & under Y Y 4 2 35 - 50 Y N 3 3 35 - 50 N Y 3 4 35 - 50 Y N 2 5 35 - 50 Y Y 3 6 34 & under Y Y 4 7 51 & over Y Y 4 8 35 - 50 Y Y 4 9 35 - 50 Y N 4 10 35 - 50 Y N 3 11 35 - 50 N Y 6 12 35 - 50 Y N 4 13 35 - 50 Y N 2 14 34 & under N N 2 15 35 - 50 Y Y 4 16 34 & under N N 2 17 35 - 50 Y Y 4 18 34 & under N Y 5 19 35 - 50 Y Y 5 20 34 & under N N 1 21 51 & over Y N 2 22 34 & under Y Y 3 23 34 & under Y Y 5 24 35 - 50 Y Y 4 25 51 & over Y N 1 26 35 - 50 Y Y 2 27 35 - 50 Y N 3 28 34 & under Y N 2 29 34 & under Y Y 2 30 34 & under Y N 2 31 35 - 50 Y Y 1 32 35 - 50 Y N 3 33 35 - 50 Y N 2 34 34 & under Y Y 4 35 51 & over Y N 2 36 34 & under N N 2 37 51 & over Y Y 2 38 51 & over Y Y 1 39 35 - 50 Y Y 8 40 51 & over Y Y 6 41 51 & over Y N 5 42 51 & over Y Y 5 43 34 & under Y N 3 44 34 & under Y Y 2 45 51 & over Y Y 1 46 35 - 50 Y Y 4 47 51 & over Y N 3 48 35 - 50 N N 1
Orig. Data Page 3 49 35 - 50 Y Y 2 50 34 & under N Y 3

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Orig. Data Page 4 ore Q2 R Response 5. Approx \$ amt spend 6. Approx \$ savings per weekly on groceries? week from card/coupons? \$140 \$12 \$85 \$3 \$110 \$10 \$50 \$2 \$140 \$15 \$125 \$12 \$125 \$13 \$135 \$20 \$120 \$5 \$90 \$4 \$180 \$15 \$130 \$7 \$90 \$6 \$70 \$0 \$120 \$18 \$60 \$0 \$100 \$4 \$110 \$8 \$150 \$10 \$40 \$0 \$75 \$4 \$100 \$5 \$130 \$7 \$100 \$10 \$50 \$3 \$70 \$4 \$90 \$5 \$45 \$1 \$60 \$4 \$50 \$2 \$40 \$4 \$65 \$3 \$45 \$2 \$130 \$15 \$80 \$5 \$40 \$0 \$50 \$8 \$35 \$4 \$200 \$20 \$155 \$18 \$115 \$5 \$100 \$7 \$80 \$12 \$70 \$2 \$50 \$4 \$110 \$6 \$90 \$4 \$40 \$0
Orig. Data Page 5 \$50 \$3 \$75 \$3

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The data were gathered close enough together so time did not have an effect. There were no outlier data values
#8 C1=card Page 7 Data Gathered by Christine McDaniel in the spring of 1995 at a Ukrops Grocery store Do you have 6. Approx \$ savings per Observation 2. Valued week from card/coupons?

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