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Quantitative Analysis of Cinematic Statistics
Pages 6 (1506 words)
The following quantitative analysis based on 1994-2004 cinematic statistics considers the relationships of cinema data. This statistical analysis first appraises the relationship of cinema sites and cinema screens, and follows with admission revenue price index based on the years 1994 and 1999 respectively…
Table 1, Appendices A shows total numerical values used for this analysis.
The related trend between cinemas and screens as shown in Chart 1 Appendices A is that the number of screens increased over time in correlation with the number of cinema sites; however, as cinema sites tapered off, screens maintained a slight increase. The index number inferences, shown in Index A and B, Appendices A, describe a relative increase for screens of 5.5 percent in 2004 based on 1994, but only 0.3 percent for cinemas. Admissions revenue based on 1994 delivered a price relative average increase of 3.8%, and based on 1999 the price relative was only 2.8% as related in Index C, Appendices A. Furthermore, Chart 2 Appendices A describes the relative increase of admission revenue which can be correlated to the amount of screen increase per cinema. This infers that the more screens per cinema, the higher revenue increase. This is a good indicator for management staff that more revenue is generated the higher the concentration of screens, and for the customers this allows more movie options in a singular location, further increasing admissions revenue.
Chart 3 Appendices A shows the sharp increase of admission revenue as cinemas increase, which induces the trend of a positive relationship. ...
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