Pelican Stores Case Study

599 Words Feb 8th, 2016 3 Pages
Names: Marielisa Mata
Marlenne Ruiz

Case Study 1

Pelican Stores

1. Percent Frequency distribution
Count of Type of Customer
Row Labels
Total
Promotional
Regular
Grand Total

Count of Net Sales
70
30
100

Relative Freq.
Percentage Freq.
0.7
70%
0.3
30%
1
100%

29
27
10
10
9
7
1
1
3
1
1
1
100

Relative Freq.
Percentage Freq.
0.29
29%
0.27
27%
0.1
10%
0.1
10%
0.09
9%
0.07
7%
0.01
1%Count of Method of Payment
0.01
1%
0.03
3%
0.01
1%
0.01
1%
0.01
1%
1
100%

10
30
33
16
7
4
100

Relative Freq.
Percentage Freq.
0.1
10%
0.3
30%
0.33
33%
0.16
16%
0.07
7%
0.04
4%
1
100%

Count of Items
Row Labels
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
17
Grand Total
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Percentage Freq.
10-40
26
0.26
26%
100-130
12
0.12
12%
130-160
6
0.06
6%
160-190
2
0.02
2%
190-220
2
0.02
2%
220-250
1
0.01
1%
250-280
2
0.02
2%
280-310
1
0.01
1%
40-70
33
0.33
33%
70-100
15
0.15
15%
Grand Total 100
1
100%

Count of Method of Payment
Row Labelsotal
T
Relative Freq.
Percentage Freq.
American Express 2
0.02
2%
Discover
4
0.04
4%
MasterCard
14
0.14
14%
Proprietary Card70
0.7
70%
Visa
10
0.1
10%
Grand Total 100
1
100%

5
78
20
11.60

10

utable to the method of payment.

Number of Classes
10
Largest data value 287.59
Smallest data value 13.23
Aprox. Class width27.44

Visa

160-190 190-220 220-250 250-280 280-310 Grand Total
2
2
1
2
1
70
30
2
2
1
2
1
100

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60

70

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