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A persons age comes first and then how much they

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quality. A person’s age comes first, and then how much they value quality.
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iii) From the data, it appears that overall, everyone generally prefers quality, but the older someone gets, the more they value quality over quantity. c) i) I prefer quality over quantity Def. Disagree Gen. Disagree Mod. Agree Gen. Agree Def. Agree Total Never/Hardly 60 105 102 104 59 430 1-2 times/year 10 18 40 61 30 159 Freq. 3-4 times/year 3 12 21 31 20 87 5+ times/year 1 13 19 18 23 74 Total 74 148 182 214 132 750 I prefer quality over quantity Def. Disagree Gen. Disagree Mod. Agree Gen. Agree Def. Agree Total Never/Hardly 14.0% 24.4% 23.7% 24.2% 13.7% 100.0% 1-2 times/year 6.3% 11.3% 25.2% 38.4% 18.9% 100.0% Freq. 3-4 times/year 3.4% 13.8% 24.1% 35.6% 23.0% 100.0% 5+ times/year 1.4% 17.6% 25.7% 24.3% 31.1% 100.0% Total 9.9% 19.7% 24.3% 28.5% 17.6% 100.0% ii) From the data, it appears that those who never shop also don’t care about quality, but the more often someone shops, the more they value quality over quantity. Question 2 – Value and Growth Stock Returns (adapted from Mini Case Study, p. 120 – but with updated data) a) Both plots have a significant negative dip in returns during the month of October, 1987.
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