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After a conference, 230 men and 270 women respond to a survey. Of those, 200 men and 230 women say the conference was impactful. Organize these result

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asked 2021-05-23
After a conference, 230 men and 270 women respond to a survey. Of those, 200 men and 230 women say the conference was impactful. Organize these results in a two-way table. Then find and interpret the marginal frequencies.

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2021-05-24
There are a total of 220 men, 270 women, 430 people who felt the conference was impactful, and 60 people who felt the conference was not impactful.
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