The Nyke Company has been going through a financial crisis and needs to limit their market to their consumers to keep their finances stable. In order to do so, they have calculated three categories about their customers to decide which show would be the overall best to sell based on shoe size, height, and gender. There is lots of data to specifically show which shoe would be the best overall to sell to get the company back on their feet.
In a random survey 35 people were asked about their data listed above: gender, height, and shoe size. The data was split into three different sets of input. The first set would be the males, which in this case there were 17 of them. The second case being the female participants where there were 18 of them. The last category was all 35 of them combined together. Since there were an unequal amount of males to females there had to be a two sample t-test. The data was then interpreted into the following conclusions.
When calculated there was a normal distribution with the people having shoe sizes from as low as five to the largest which is fourteen. Taking the total of all of the different shoe sizes and dividing them by the amount of people you get the mean (average) which is 9.14. The standard deviation in this situation ends up being 2.6 and the variance is 6.7.
Final Project The Nyke Company has been going through a financial crisis and needs to limit their market to their consumers to keep their finances stable