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Old 10-28-2009, 03:51 PM   #1
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A-Level DT project Questionnaire - Lazy Susan

Sorry, didn't really know which section to put this in. Hope I'm right. :S
I'm a 6th Form & making a Lazy Susan for my project and would love it if anyone could answer these short questions and e-mail or pm me the answers, Any answers will be a great help
Thanks,
Chris Fairweather

1) Is there a Lazy Susan in your household or do you own one?
2) How many people are there in your household?
3) Which meal do you mainly use it for? (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
4) Roughly what size is your Lazy Susan
5) What material is it made of?
6) Estimate the cost of which you paid for your Lazy Susan
7) What shape is your table?
8) Was there a reason for buying it?
9) Are you pleased with it? (Briefly explain)
10) Would you like/prefer it to store cutlery?
11) How long have you had it & how long do you think you will have it?
Many Thanks,
Chris Fairweather

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Old 10-28-2009, 05:30 PM   #2
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Sent you the survey with a pic attached. Hope it helps.
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