Initially when starting the trials I felt like there were several variables that could have determined the success of my business. The price of the lemonade, the weather, or the recipe of the lemonade could be plausible factors basing the overall potential success.
Overall, I feel like there is a correlation between the weather and the efficiency of cups sold. When there is a higher and more favorable temperature and forecast there is more of a chance that a higher percentage of possible customers will end up buying lemonade from our business. When there is a lower temperature, and possibly a much less tasteful weather forecast, there is no guarantee that the business could sell more than 10 cups out of even a possible 100 customers.
This graph is showing the different efficiencies of each day. Results showed the highest efficiencies took place on the hottest days, and the lowest on the worst days.