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Thesis Chapter 4 & 5

Thesis Chapter 4 & 5

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My Thesis documentation in AMA Computer College. Chapter 4 to Chapter 5. Uploading for backup purposes.
My Thesis documentation in AMA Computer College. Chapter 4 to Chapter 5. Uploading for backup purposes.

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03/09/2015

 
Chapter IV
PRESENTATION OF DATA, INTERPRETATION OF RESULTSAND SOFTWARE PRODUCT ANALYSIS
This chapter presents the data gathering of the study, interpretation of the resultsfrom the conducted survey and the software product analysis.
1. Demographic Profile of the RespondentsTable 4.0Age and Gender of the Respondents
AgeGenderPercentageMFM%F%Age%18-25339%9%18%26-336819%25%44%34-444613%19%32%45Above113%3%6%
Total141844%56%100%
The Table 4.0 shows the age range of the respondents. Majority (44%) of therespondents belong to the 26-33 age range. The 34-44 year olds comes next which
 
comprises 32% of the total respondents. The lowest percent goes to 45 year olds andabove which only comprises 6% of the total sample population. Out of the 32respondents surveyed, 44% are males while 56% are females which means majority of the total sample population are females.
Table 5.0Respondents’ Civil StatusStatusNo. of RespondentsPercentage
Single1341%Married1959%Total32100%Table 5.0 presents the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents’civil status. The table shows that majority of the respondents are married while theminority are single. The frequency is distributed to 41% single and 59% married.
Table 6.0Respondents Length of Service
 
 YearsNo. of RespondentsPercentage
0 1 Years1650%2 3 Years1238%4 5 Years412%6 Years and above00%Total32100%Table 6.0 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondentsaccording to their length of service in the company. Out of the 32 total samplepopulation, 16 have served 0 – 1 years in the company (50%), 12 have served 2 – 3years in the company (38%), 4 have served at least 4 – 5 years (12%) and no one hasserved more than 6 years.
2. Problems of the Existing System

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