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What do you notice about the value that always falls in the cell to the lower right of a two-way table when marginal relative frequencies have been wr

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asked 2021-06-26
What do you notice about the value that always falls in the cell to the lower right of a two-way table when marginal relative frequencies have been written in? What does this value represent?

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2021-06-27
The value that always fall in the cell to the lower right ofa. two-way table when marginal relative frequencies have been written in is 1 (or 100%).
This numberrepresents the stim of the marginal relative frequencies in the row and in the column.
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