### Pepsi vs. Coke Project - PS-21

```Pepsi vs. Coke Project
By: Natalie Headrick
Question:
Can girls taste the difference between Coke and Pepsi better
than boys?
Class Data Table
a. Which Product was A and which
was B?
Product A was…. Coke
Product B was…. Pepsi
b. How many students were able to
guess correctly?
15 Students in 2nd Period guessed
correctly.
This graph represents the Total Sales and Revenue based on the last 5
years.
Data Table & Line Graph for Coke and Pepsi Sales from
the last 5 years.
Type
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Pepsi
43.23 (B)
57.84 (B)
66.5 (B)
65.49 (B)
66.42 (B)
Coke
31.07 (B)
35.1 (B)
46.77 (B)
48.07 (B)
46.7 (B)
Coke and Pepsi Sales from the Last 5 Years
*Measured in Billions*
i. Trend statement for total sales of
Pepsi products in the last 5 years.
 As you can see over the last 5 years Pepsi Co. has been
quiet profitable. They have generally stayed with in the
same range of revenue and total sales.
j. Trend statement for total sales of
Coke products in the last 5 years.
 As you can see in the last 5 years Coco Cola Co. has not
been consistent. Even though they have not had the
profitable out come like Pepsi, they are maintain a
consistent revenue and total sales income.
k. Prediction of average sales of
Coke and Pepsi in the year 2017.
 By 2017 I think that coke will have gradually increased
from where they are now, but Pepsi however I believe
will have gained a few more billions. Seeing as how they
have jumped a few billions in the last 5 years. I think
Pepsi is a growing product that everyone seems to enjoy.
This graph represents the Number of Boys vs. Girls, Taste Test who
correctly choose/guessed Product A and Product B.
Data Table for the Bar Graph
Pepsi and Coke Predictions for Classes
Graph of Pepsi and Coke Predictions for Classes
c. Does gender affect how you
taste?

Based on the data and information collected from our class, I
don’t believe that gender can determine the way you taste
things.

There were a total of 21 people in our class. 7 females and 14
males.

If you look at the data table on the previous slides you would
notice that 4 out of 7 girls and 11 out of 14 boys guessed
correctly. The difference between the two groups was three
people.

Seeing as how they had the same number of people for a
difference I am making the conclusion that your gender does not
affect the way something is tasted.
d. Comparing the data from all the
classes to the taste test.
 Based on the data shown I still am sticking with my earlier
statement.
 The only reason that some of the bars for males are higher
than the females, are in two of the five classes they contain
more males than females.
 Therefore there bar will be higher if they guessed correctly
because there is more males than there are females.
 By looking at the other classes you will notice that the bars
tend to be the same height even if one is slightly higher.
This graph represents the Percentage of Soda Preferences between the
Boys, Girls, and the Class.
Data Based on Drink Preferences
Fanta
7
0
5
7
0
5
Boys Preference
Pepsi
Measured as a %
Dr. Pepper
Pepsi
Mountain Dew
Pib Xtra
Sprite
None
Male Preferences
Dr. Pepper
7%
14%
7%
Mountain
Dew
21%
29%
7%
14%
Coke
Fanta
7%
Girl Preference
14%
Measured as a %
Dr. Pepper
Pepsi
Mountain Dew
Pib Xtra
Sprite
None
Coke
Fanta
Female Preferences
Dr.
Pepper
14%
14%
Mt.
Dew
14%
29%
14%
14%
Dr. Pepper
Mountain Dew
Pib Xtra
Sprite
None
Coke
Fanta
Class Preference
Measured as a %
Dr. Pepper
Pepsi
Mountain Dew
Pibb Xtra
Pib Xtra
Mt. Dew
Sprite
None
Entire Class Preference
Dr. Pepper
5%
5%
14%
Pepsi
5%
19%
23%
14%
14%
Coke
Fanta
e. Which product did the girls
prefer?
 Majority of the girls were not able to drink, which was
the largest percentage.
 However, Dr.Pepper, Mountain Dew, Coke, Sprite, and
Pibb Xtra were tied for second with a percentage of 14%.
f. What product did the boys
prefer?
 Many of the boys choose Mountain Dew as their
preference, it had a percentage of 29%.
g. What soda was most common
to drink?
 Overall through our class the most common drink was
Mountain Dew.
h. What soda was least common
to drink?
 Pepsi, Pibb Xtra, and Fanta were the least common drink
preferences mentioned.
This Graph Represents the Frequency of Soda drinkers.
Data Based on Frequency of soda’s
consumed in the class
Frequency
# of Students
Never
7 Students
Rarely
1 Student
3 times a day
1 Student
Daily
1 Student
1 a week
2 Students
2 times a week
2 Students
Weekly
3 Students
1 a month
1 Student
Monthly
1 Student
3 times a month
1 Student
1 every six months
1 Student
Bar Graph based on Frequency of soda’s consumed in the
class
Frequency of Soda Consumed in the class
l. Explanation for Frequency of
Soda Drinkers graph.
 Results from the graph differ from person to person.
Some people had a soda more frequent than others, and
some never had a drink at all.
m. Results from Frequency of
Soda Drinkers graph.
 Most people in the class never drank sodas, where 2-3
would drink them two times a week or weekly. This
graphs shows that people have different frequencies
when they have a soda, like 1 every six months, or daily
or even three in a day, we are all different.
The End
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