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Quinton Boughton Managerial Report 1 1. When looking at all of the data from this assignment, one may notice that there is a lot of  information within the graphs and summaries. The opening gross shows us that about  one third of the total gross sales come from the opening weekends for movies. The  number of theaters that the movies are in may affect the total gross sales, but not  always. In many cases, there is no direct relationship between the two. Also, the number  of weeks that the movie is in the top 60 has no definite relationship or correlation to the  opening or total gross. The number of weeks that the movie is in the top 60 is not an  accurate way to account for how well a movie will do because the it may have come out  at the same time as many really great movies, or with many extremely awful movies.  2. When comparing the opening gross to the total gross, it appears that the opening gross  is about one third of that of the total gross. More people seem to go see a movie in the 
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BUSN 2301 taught by Professor Dorner during the Spring '08 term at Trinity U.

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