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- A survey on subjects being taken by 250 students (#3512)
A survey on subjects being taken by 250 students at a certain college of cavite revealed the following information:
90 were taking mathematics
145 were taking history
88 were taking english
25 were taking mathematics and history
38 were taking history and english
59 were mathematics and english
15 were taking all the three subject
Complete a venn diagram to show this infomation.
- Of 178 ninth grade students (#2959)
Of 178 ninth grade students, 83 are on a sports team, 111 are in a club, and 48 are involved in both sports and a ...
- There are 1000 students (#3062)
There are 1000 students. 400 study physics, 700 study geography and 200 study ...
- Two page memo with Venn Diagram (#2011)
Two page memo with Venn Diagram
Market segmentation is known as the process of dividing up a market for goods or services into smaller groups. For example, a market may be segmented into geographics (location), demographics (income, age, gender, etc.), and psychographics (personality, lifestyle, values, etc.).
After running various advertisements, you have received the statistics from each market segmentation. A total of 1,800 ads were run to try and reach the various segments. The following lists the breakdown of each:
680 for a geographic location
500 based on demographics
440 based on psychographics
385 based on both geographic and demographics
245 based on both geographic and psychographics
325 based on both demographics and psychographics
245 based on all three segments
Write a memo to your boss that displays the data graphically in a Venn diagram. Also, describe example scenarios listed below by first constructing them in set notation (use the addition principle to show the union values) and then give the actual values. Then, construct a table to summarize the data.
Ads that were run either for geographics or demographics
Ads that were not run for geographics
Ads that were run for geographics and psychographics but not for demographics
Ads that were not run for any of these segments (e.g., behavioral basis)
Ads that were not run for geographics but were run for demographics