An investigation conducted by a reporter from The New York Times revealed an inverse relationship…
An investigation conducted by a reporter from The New York Times revealed an inverse relationship between prices and temperature in Manhattan retail stores during the summer: High-end retailers tend to set the air conditioning at a colder temperature than low-end stores. The data set collected by the reporter is displayed below, with stores arranged in ascending order based on their temperature measurements. Note that the Designer and Better price point categories describe the high-end stores, while Discount and Popular describe the low-end stores. [Source: From Allen Salkin, “Shivering for Luxury,” New York Times, June 26, 2005. Adapted from an informal survey by permission of the New York Times.] The sample variance for the temperature measurements is s^2 = 16.865. Apr 08 2022 01:51 PM
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