An Assessment of Relationship between the Consumption Pattern of Carbonated Soft Drinks in Ilorin Emirate

AWOYEMI Samson Oyebode, ADEKUNLE Johnson Ade, JOLAYEMI, Comfort Iyabo


Increased awareness about the health and other hazards of regular and uncontrolled consumption of carbonated drinks has yielded little or no result, in other words there has not been a significant change in production and sales of carbonated plants in the Ilorin Emirate.

Secondary data collected from these plants located in the emirate revealed that the first canonical variates U1 V1 is a girth measurement whereas the second variates U2, V2 can be described as a shape measurement approximately proportional to the difference of the standardized sales and quantity produced at each season. The canonical correlations reveals an essentially one dimensional and well specified by single correlation value of 0.94.

Keywords: Canonical, Carbonated, Girth, measurement

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