Beverage Holder Survey Analysis

Beverage Holder - Olivia Nixon Arunita Kashyap Sarah Watchfogel Dr Crockett Engineering 112 26 April 2010 Beverage Holder Survey Analysis When a

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Olivia Nixon, Arunita Kashyap, Sarah Watchfogel Dr. Crockett Engineering 112 26 April 2010 Beverage Holder Survey Analysis When a variety of people (mostly females) were surveyed in regards to their opinions about a “beverage holder” device used to transport beverages safely and easily, many trends could be seen. The following is an analysis of the main trends seen in the surveys; not all questions are analyzed here, only the answers we found most interesting, surprising, and thought would be of the most use to us are considered. The main similarity in all of the surveys conducted was that people generally were not likely to use a device that attaches to their body in order to hold their beverage. However there were a few cases in which people said they probably would use a device that attaches to the body. Along with this, another trend was seen when asked if likely to use a device that attaches to a bag or purse. For this question, people displayed that they were (in general) likely to use a device that attaches to a bag,
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ENGR 112 taught by Professor Cardinal during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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