Use the two-way table of data from another student survey to answer the following question.

Find the joint relative frequency of students surveyed who like aerobics exercise but dislike weight lifting.

Alyce Wilkinson
2021-10-19
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Use the two-way table of data from another student survey to answer the following question.

Find the joint relative frequency of students surveyed who like aerobics exercise but dislike weight lifting.

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Bella

Answered 2021-10-20
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Step 1

The join relative frequency who like aerobics but dislike weight lifting is

$\frac{12}{40}=0.3=30\mathrm{\%}$

Since there are 12 students who like aerobics but dislike weight lifting and there are 40 students in total.

The join relative frequency who like aerobics but dislike weight lifting is

Since there are 12 students who like aerobics but dislike weight lifting and there are 40 students in total.

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