The following data was collected about students in Mr. Rexinger's high school statistics class. Wearing jeans Not wearing jeans Has long hair

opatovaL 2021-08-09 Answered
The following data was collected about students in Mr. Rexingers
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Answered 2021-08-10 Author has 109 answers
a. No, because there are more students who do not have long hair than students who do have long hair.
b. Yes, becatise there are more students with long hair wearing jeans, then there are students who do not have long hair and wear jeans.
c. Yes, they are associated (not independent) because knowing if a student wears jeans has changed our opinion.
d. No, becatise they can occur at the same time.
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