# Math 533 Project Part a

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AJ Davis Department Store Project Part A Roshanda Walker AJ Davis Department Store Project Part A Roshanda Walker Keller Graduate School of Management Math 533- Applied Managerial Statistics Keller Graduate School of Management Math 533- Applied Managerial Statistics Introduction This report provides statistically analysis using graphs and charts that shows how the income, credit balance, location and years are used as variables to determine the trends of credit card customers of the AJ Davis department store. The variables are broken down into comparable paring to determine trends as well as individual variables are analysis. The variables analyzed are Income, Credit Balances and Years customers have lived in their current locations. The comparable paring that are analysis are Location and Income, Location and Years and Income and Credit Balances. Income Descriptive Statistics: Income (\$1,000) The data provided for the Income variable on AJ Davis department store credit card customers shows us that the minimum income level is \$25,000 with Q1 of 33.00 and the maximum is \$74,000 with Q3 of 57.25. The mean is 46.02 and the median is 44.50 the Standard Deviation if 13.88. The data tells us that of the sample credit customers has an average income of \$46,020 as shown in the above Histogram. Credit Balance Descriptive Statistics: Credit Balance(\$) The data provided for the Credit Balance on AJ Davis department store credit card customers shows us that the minimum credit balance for customer is \$2047 which in Q1 was \$3292 and the maximum credit balance \$5861 which in Q3 was \$4931. The mean is 4153 and the median is 4273 with a Standard Deviation if 932. The data tells us that of the sample credit customers has an average credit balance of \$4153 as shown in the above Histogram peaking slightly to the right. Years Descriptive