Report on Skin Care Product and Factors

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Running head: REASEARCH METHODResearch MethodName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor note
1RESEARCH METHODTable of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Result from Quantitative analysis....................................................................................................3Result from Qualitative analysis....................................................................................................11Discussion......................................................................................................................................12Appendix........................................................................................................................................14
2RESEARCH METHODIntroductionThe report aims to analyze relation between the expenses on different skin care productand factors such as age of people, their gender and other related factors. Various skin careproduct such as cleanser, exfoliate product, sunscreen, moisture are considered. It is generallyasserts that females are likely to spend more on skin care product than their male counterpart.From this the hypothesis drawn is as followsHypothesis 1Null Hypothesis:There is no significant difference between average expenditure on skin careproduct between males and females.Alternative Hypothesis:The mean expenditure of females on skin care product is greater thanthat of expenditure made by males.The opinion about skin care product and expenses of the product may vary between genders. Totest this assertion following hypothesis testing is performed.Hypothesis 2Null hypothesis:There is no significant difference in opinion between male and femalesAlternative hypothesis:There is significant difference in opinion depending on gender.With growing age people are more prone to different skin diseases and this likely to beincreasing their expenditure on skin care expenses. The two relevant hypothesis tested here is thefollowing.
3RESEARCH METHODHypothesis 3Null Hypothesis:There is no significant difference in the expenditure in different age groupsAlternative Hypothesis:The expenditure on skin care product differs significantly amongdifferent age group.The final hypothesis is derived to test whether presence of allergies have limited the spending oncertain types skin care product.Hypothesis 4Null Hypothesis:There is no significant difference in expenditure between groups havingallergies and do not.Alternative Hypothesis:There is significant difference in expenditure on skin care product.Result from Quantitative analysisTable 1: Descriptive Statistics of ageAgeMean30.78056StandardError0.641128Median26.5Mode22StandardDeviation11.78699SampleVariance138.9332Kurtosis0.294815Skewness1.069802Range55
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