In a marketing research study, 100 volunteers were asked to complete a taste test on several brands of chocolate chip cookies. Data on the 12 brands of cookies that were tested are given in the table below, from available package sizes.
Price is measured in cents per cookie Weight, Fat and Sugar in grams per cookie, and Calories in calories per cookie.
ChipCount refers to the average total number of chocolate chips present on the exterior and interior of the cookie.
The Taste rating is measured on a scale from 1 to 10, with ratings of 10 indicating the best taste.
Taste values given below are the averages of the data from all 100 volunteers.
In the sortable table below, click on the column title to organize the table by that column's values.
|Brand Name||Price||Weight||Fat||Calories||Sugar||Chip Count||Taste|
|Byte Size Chips||1.79||4.14||0.86||20||1.29||5.12||5.32|
|Lil' Round Cookies||4.5||7.59||1.75||37.5||2.25||7.27||6.03|
|Land of Chocolate||9.1||9.03||2.33||43.33||3||8.02||3.94|
For each statement below, indicate whether the statement is true or false, based on the information provided in the table.
The three most expensive cookie brands are also the three brands with the highest taste ratings.
The cookie brand with the least sugar and least calories had the lowest taste rating.
A package of Calvin’s Cookies that costs \$3.29 gives a larger number of cookies than an Oak Valley package that costs \$2.99.
For at least half of the brands, sugar makes up less than one-third of the weight of the cookies.