ANALYSIS An Australian manufac.
ANALYSIS An Australian manufacturing company is keen to develop new products and develop new product line of shoes so that the company can expand into Asian markets more than before. The data have been collected for 99 products from the market. The data are in an excel file named “SHOES”. The file includes: PRICE: Price of the shoes in dollars. GENDER: 1 for Female product and 2 for Male product. COUNTRY: the country in which the shoes is produced: 1 made in Thailand, 2 made in Singapore and 3 made in China. COST: Production cost of the shoes in dollars. QUESTIONS Part 1: 1. Construct a pie chart for prices of men and women shoes. Construct a pie chart for price for the three countries- Thailand, Singapore and China. Present your findings. 2. Construct a cross-classification table of frequencies between gender and country. Plot a vertical bar chart of frequency (Y variable) and gender (X variable), then group the bar charts of genders for three countries and comment on the relationship between gender and country Part 2: 1. Calculate the Mean, Median, Mode, Standard Deviation and Coefficient of Variation, for prices for men and women shoes, separately. Compare the figures and explain that what conclusions you can draw from these analyses? Draw a box and Whisker plot for men and female shoes prices and comment on the shape of the graph. 2. Calculate the Mean, Median, Mode, Standard Deviation and Coefficient of Variation for prices for the three countries – Thailand, Singapore and China, separately. Compare the figures and explain what conclusions you can draw from these analyses? Draws a Box and Whisker plot for each country and comment on the shape of the graph. Part 3: Answer the following hypothesis questions: 3. Determine if average prices for female shoes is less than average prices for male shoes. Compare the result with part 1 question 1. Does the result confirm your previous findings? (Follow the hypothesis testing steps, 0.05 level of significance, assuming “none equal variances” of populations). 4. Using a scatter graph of price (Y variable on vertical axis) and production cost (X variable, horizontal axis), comment on the relationship between price and cost.