Analysis of Manufacturing Industries in Terms of Employees, Sales, and Revenue
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Results and discussions There are 150 manufacturing industries and each industry is labeled in numbers for example 8,18,10,11 etc. The data also indicate the period the industries have been operating and we realize that most industries have been operating for four years. From our data in excel we notice that the number of males for both industries owners and managers were more than the number of managers and owners who were females. ACTUALNumberEmploy ees %SalesLocal %SuppLoc GrossRevenue Mean 30.026 67Mean61.54Mean47.2Mean Standard Error 4.3988 1Standard Error 2.9564 87Standard Error 3.0297 7Standard Erro Median8Median79Median50Median Mode1Mode100Mode0Mode Standard Deviation 53.874 19Standard Deviation 36.209 43Standard Deviation 37.106 96Standard Dev Sample Variance 2902.4 29Sample Variance 1311.1 23Sample Variance 1376.9 26Sample Varia Kurtosis 9.7379 57Kurtosis1.2866Kurtosis  1.5623 3Kurtosis Skewness 3.0195 12Skewness  0.5357 7Skewness 0.0871 17Skewness Range307Range100Range100Range Minimum1Minimum0Minimum0Minimum Maximum308Maximum100Maximum100Maximum Sum4504Sum9231Sum7080Sum Count150Count150Count150Count Confidence Level(95.0%) 8.6921 06 Confidence Level(95.0%) 5.8420 58 Confidence Level(95.0%) 5.9868 66 Confidence Level(95.0%) Table 1 From Table 1 above we observe that most industries have employed 30 people averagely and again the mean of percentage of sales generated from these industries is approximately 62 and
the percentage mean of supplies purchased from these industries are 47. The mean for the gross revenue is $2991.25 and that for annual salary is $82.1. The minimum number of employees is 1 and the maximum is 308. On the managers ages the minimum is 18 years and the maximum is 77 years.