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Motivation

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Atticus Fee

on 7 December 2017

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impact of favorite restaurant on how long you will wait
Motivation
Have you ever been annoyed at long lines at your favorite restaurant?
Did you give up and go somewhere else?
We know how that feels. So this motivated us to investigate what other people thought about how long the lines at their favorite restaurant is.
Work Cited
marder, michael p. research methods for science
cheryl. “Chicken and Potatoes.” Eat Cook Blog , 23 Jan. 2013, eatcookblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/2013-01-16-006.jpg.
https://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-images-menu-design-template-image29226069
wikipida. “File:Mcdonalds-90s-Logo.svg.” File:Mcdonalds-90s-Logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons, Mc Donalds , 11 Aug. 2011
Research/Background
Restaurants
Consent
Questions to pose?
Results/Data
Conclusion
By Julia Porter
Atticus Fee

Comparing Chick-Fil-A and Panda
Excluded 2 surveys
Survey
p-value is 0
Chi/degree of freedom 35.31746
No ground to reject the null hypothesis.
What happened to 15-20?
build
create
RedStick
Null Hypothesis:
The fraction of people who like a restaurant doesn't depend on how long the normal wait time is.
Alternative Hypothesis:
the fraction of people who like a restaurant does depend on how long the normal wait time is.
Observations of restaurants at different time increments of waiting
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