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[answered] Mall Time Interview Results Midweek, Day 66 78 66 32 35 34


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Use the Mall Time Interview Results file, linked in the Resources under the Required Resources heading, to complete the calculations for this scenario.

Practical Application Scenario
As the food court manager at the Mall of Elbonia, you want to determine how much time customers spend at the mall at different times of the week (for example: midweek, day; midweek, evening; weekend, day; weekend, evening). Last week, the mall survey staff administered a random survey to mall visitors by selecting customers as they were leaving the mall. One of the questions asked was how much time the customer had spent in the mall on that day.

The findings from this study are provided in the Mall Time Interview Results file. In this file, Columns A through D show the time spent by the customers interviewed, according to the weekday and time of day when the interviews occurred.

Is there any statistically significant difference (at alpha = .05) in the average amount of time people spent in the mall, based on the weekday and time? To determine the answer to that question, you need to complete the following:

Identify the null and alternative hypotheses you should form for this test. State each as a written explanation and as a math equation.
Identify the appropriate statistical test you should use to accept or reject the null hypothesis.
Calculate the appropriate ANOVA values to accept or reject your null and alternative hypotheses.
What should you tell the operators of the Mall of Elbonia's food court stores (in terms of the mall's high-traffic times and customer tendencies)? Summarize your statistical analysis in a report for management.

Additional Requirements
Compile your work and report in a 1?2 page Microsoft Word file:

Paste in the tables you used to make your calculations.
Clearly title your tables, including each row and column.
Highlight the results of your data calculations within each table.

Internet Resources
Access the following resources by clicking the links provided. Please note that URLs change frequently. Permissions for the following links have been either granted or deemed appropriate for educational use at the time of course publication.

StatisticsLectures.com (Producer). (n.d.). Independent samples t-test [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from http://www.statisticslectures.com/topics/independentsamplest/
StatisticsLectures.com (Producer). (n.d.). Z-test for proportions, two samples [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from http://www.statisticslectures.com/topics/ztestproportions/
StatisticsLectures.com (Producer). (n.d.). Introduction to ANOVA [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from http://www.statisticslectures.com/topics/introanova/
StatisticsLectures.com (Producer). (n.d.). One-way ANOVA [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from http://www.statisticslectures.com/topics/onewayanova/
StatisticsLectures.com (Producer). (n.d.). Factorial ANOVA, two independent factors [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from http://www.statisticslectures.com/topics/factorialtwoindependent
StatisticsLectures.com (Producer). (n.d.). Independent and dependent samples [Video] | Transcript. Retrieved from http://www.statisticslectures.com/topics/independentdependentsamples/


Mall Time Interview Results

 

Midweek, Day

 

66

 

78

 

66

 

32

 

35

 

34

 

88

 

149

 

86

 

145

 

146

 

38

 

95

 

80

 

106

 

42

 

95

 

77

 

98

 

71

 

122

 

125

 

85

 

97

 

33

 

End of worksheet Midweek, Evening

 

64

 

71

 

174

 

53

 

52

 

96

 

135

 

142

 

149

 

59

 

82

 

118

 

132

 

81

 

111

 

68

 

22

 

50

 

125

 

105

 

92

 

115

 

148

 

66

 

74 Weekend, Day

 

64

 

121

 

29

 

147

 

162

 

108

 

61

 

77

 

88

 

131

 

127

 

141

 

176

 

161

 

3

 

82

 

128

 

51

 

81

 

54

 

161

 

158

 

45

 

134

 

38 Weekend, Evening

 

185

 

207

 

203

 

84

 

125

 

184

 

129

 

94

 

182

 

65

 

110

 

139

 

108

 

117

 

125

 

65

 

47

 

88

 

84

 

165

 

86

 

164

 

199

 

83

 

36

 


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