Final Presentation

# Final Presentation

## Final Presentation

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1. Final Presentation JoAnnah Michael PRTSM 504: Data Mgmt. and Appls. in PRTSM Dr. Myron Floyd wDecember 16, 2013

2. Descriptive Inferential Statistics Objectives The objective was to measure the usage of Carmichael Gym by On Campus and Off Campus NCSU Students. This information will be used to determine how marketing efforts should be focused to encourage gym usage. Methods Reside: Place of Residence was measured as categorical and had a numeric scale ranging from 1 to 2 (1=On Campus, 2=Off Campus). CGYM: Use of Carmichael Gym was measured as continuous and had a numerical scale ranging from 0-3 (0=Do not use, 1=1-2 days, 2=3-4 days, 3=5 or more days). 2

3. Descriptive Statistics Figure 1. A Comparison of Carmichael Gym Usage by NCSU Residence Status 3

4. Figure 3. A Comparison of Carmichael Gym Usage by NCSU Residence Status 3

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8. Inferential Statistics • Is gym usage related to residence status? • Is it statistically significant? • The null hypothesis (HO): • Mean (On Campus) = Mean (Off Campus) 4

9. Results Table 3: t-Test: Two Sample Assuming Equal Variances Usage of Carmichael Gym Using Residence Status On Campus Off Campus 5

10. Table 3: t-Test: Two Sample Assuming Equal Variances Usage of Carmichael Gym Using Residence Status Results

11. Conclusion • There was no difference in time spent in the gym between the residence statuses. • P was greater than .05 (p=0.97) • We fail to reject the Null Hypothesis. • The Mean (On Campus) =Mean (Off Campus) • There is no need to adjust our marketing strategy at this time. On Campus and Off Campus students visit the gym at the same rates. 6

12. Thank You!