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Name – SHUBHAM SUBHASH YADAV

Roll No – 1840073.{B1}

Questionnaire for L’Oreal shampoo


Q.1 What is your age?
1. Below 15 years.
2. 15 to 25 years.
3. 25 to 50 years.
4. Above 50 years.

Q.2 Gender
1. Female.
2. Male.

Q.3 Which shampoo do you prefer?


1. L’Oreal Paris Total Repair 5
2. L’Oreal Paris 6 oil nourish.
3. L’Oreal Paris fall repair 3X.
4. L’Oreal Paris fall resistance Anti- dandruff.

Q.4 Does it satisfy your needs?


1. Strongly agree.
2. Agree.
3. Neutral.
4. Disagree.
5. Strongly disagree

Q.5 For how long are you using L’Oreal Paris brand?
1. Less than a year.
2. 1 year.
3. 2 years.
4. Less than 5 years.
5. More than 5 years.

Q.6What is the main reason for using this brand?


1. Quality.
2. Quantity.
3. Price.
4. Packaging.
Q.7 State hair problem you are facing?
1. Hair fall.
2. Dandruff.
3. Split ends.
4. Dryness.
5. Roughness.

Q.8How is smell of your shampoo?


1. Highly Satisfied.
2. Satisfied.
3. Neutral.
4. Dissatisfied.
5. Highly dissatisfied.

Q.9What would you prefer to buy?


1. Shampoo with conditioner.
2. Shampoo.

Q.10 On an average how often do you wash your hairs?


1. Daily.
2. Once in week.
3. Twice in week.
4. Thrice in week.

Q.11 Rate the cleaning power of shampoo?


1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4

Q.12 Rate the price of shampoo?


1. Affordable.
2. Costly.
3. Regular.
4. Premium.

Q.13 How do you know about L’Oreal?


1. Advertisement.
2. Friends.
3. At store.
4. Word of mouth.
5. Internet.

Q.14 L’Oreal would be my first preference?


1. Always.
2. Sometimes.
3. Occasionally.
4. Never.

Q.15 Rate overall performance of L’Oreal?


1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. 5

Correlations in hair problem & shampoo corporation

Correlations
hair problems shampoo
hair problems Pearson Correlation 1 .150
Sig. (2-tailed) .298
N 50 50
shampoo Pearson Correlation .150 1
Sig. (2-tailed) .298
N 50 50

The initial hypothesis predicted linear relationship between hair problem and
shampoo used that were administered to a sample of 50 people. The scatter
diagrams indicate a linear relationship between the two test scores. Pearson's
bivariate correlation coefficient shows a medium positive linear relationship
between both test scores (r = .150) that is significantly different from zero (p <
0.001).