**Topic: Math/Physic/Economic/Statistic Problems**

Task 1 (25 Marks)

A supermarket manager wanted to investigate the profile of shoppers resistant

to the use of self-checkout counters available at the store he manages and to

find out the reasons behind their resistance. He asks three of his staff to

conduct a survey among customers using the store in Sheffield Hallam area

during a quiet working day in October of 2019 as they exited the store.

The short questionnaire used for the survey as well as the data collected can

be found on an Excel file named “SCC”. There are two worksheets, one for

the questionnaire used and the other worksheet for the raw data collected

from the customers. The data worksheet has 18 columns. Column A

“Customer” is simply a column to identify the customer surveyed – Customer

1, Customer 2 etc… Each of the other 17 columns refer to a question –

Column B refers to the gender question, Column C refers to the age question

etc…

The manager has employed you as data analyst to conduct this investigation.

Your analysis should use the statistical facilities on Excel as required below.

Required:

- Label (show 5 rows) the codes for the categories of the following variables:

• Gender

• Age

• Education

• Are you a regular user of self-checkout

Note to students:

There are FIVE tasks and you are expected to complete all of them.

You are required to transfer the work of all tasks on to a single wordprocessed MS Word file and upload it on Turnitin, which is the

submission of this assignment. The deadline for this assignment is

(Monday 2nd August 2021 before 3pm).

2 - Produce frequency and percentage frequency tables (using Pivot tables) for

each of the following variables:

• Gender

• Education

• Age

• SCC user

• Spending (£) For this last quantitative variable, the categories should be as

follows:

<100 100-

109

110-

119

120-

129

130-

140

140

- Draw the graphical representation for each of the following variables:

• Education (Pie chart)

• Age (Bar chart)

• Spending (Histogram) using the following categories:

<100 100-

109

110-

119

120-

129

130-

140

140

• Spending (Box and whisker) graph - Consider now the variable “Spending (£)”.

• Calculate the minimum, maximum, median, quartiles and the mean average

statistics (show Excel formulas).

**Type Of Service: Math/Physic/Economic/Statistic ProblemsType Of Assignment: CalculationSubject: Not definedPages / words: 5/1375Number of sources: N/AAcademic Level: GCSE / A LevelPaper formating: N/ALine Spacing: DoubleLanguage style: UK English**