A group of students at a high school took a students who passed or faidel the exam is bro... following table. Determine whether gender ar... in dependent by filling out the bla in the se... probabilities to the nearest thousandth. Passed Failed Male 9 21 Female 48 2

A group of students at a high school took a students who passed or faidel the exam is bro... following table. Determine whether gender ar... in dependent by filling out the bla in the se... probabilities to the nearest thousandth. Passed Failed Male 9 21 Female 48 2

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Describing quantitative data
asked 2021-02-21
A group of students at a high school took a students who passed or faidel the exam is bro... following table. Determine whether gender ar... in dependent by filling out the bla
in the se... probabilities to the nearest thousandth.
Passed Failed
Male 9 21
Female 48 2

Answers (1)

2021-02-22
Passed Failed Total Given passed and failed. Male 9 21 30 Added total column to show Female 48 2 50 total of all male and female students.
9 males passed/30 male students If asked how many males \(\displaystyle\frac{{9}}{{30}}={0.3}\) students passed out of all male student
9 males passed/80 students 9/80=0.1125 Male students who passed over all students.
48 females passed/50 total females Females students who passed \(\displaystyle\frac{{48}}{{50}}={0.96}\) over all female students.
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