Bottling Company Case Study

Bottling Company Case Study

At our company there have been complaints that there is less than advertised product in our bottles.  This is a major problem that can cause customers to look for a new brand of soda, which is a big problem for the bottom line.  We are devising a way to see if this is a perception or if we indeed need to add more soda to each bottle and adjust our product line.  First we will use the thirty bottles that were randomly selected and conduct a calculation of the mean, median and standard deviation of each bottle.  We will then construct a 95% Confidence Interval for the ounces in the bottles.  From the data we gathered we will draw a hypothesis test to verify if the claim is indeed true or false.  Depending on the results we conclude if the statements are valid or invalid.  
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