Asked by Fuller Lawson on Feb 18, 2024



Imagine that you are in a Starbucks restaurant and testing the hypothesis that most people are in the store for less than 10 minutes.How would you test this hypothesis?


The action of closely monitoring the behavior and activities of users/potential customers in their own environment.

  • Random sampling: Randomly select a representative sample of customers from the Starbucks store to ensure the findings can be generalized to the larger population.
  • Data collection: Use a stopwatch or a timer to record the time each customer spends in the store. Alternatively, use video surveillance to capture the entry and exit times of customers.
  • Design a data collection plan: Determine the specific variables to measure, such as the time spent by each customer in the store, and the sample size needed for the study.

Verified Answer

Kristin Depew

Feb 18, 2024

Final Answer :
Sit at a Starbucks store and note how long people take from entrance to exit.The data can be organized into counts showing the number of people who are there for less than 5 minutes,between 6 and 10 minutes,over 10 minutes,and so on.