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Determine the null and alternative hypotheses for the study that produced the data in the table.

A researcher performed a study to determine whether an association exists between political party affiliation and income. She obtained the following sample data.


◦ H0: Income bracket and party affiliation are somehow related.
Ha: Income bracket and party affiliation are not independent.
◦ H0: Income bracket and party affiliation are independent.
Ha: Income bracket and party affiliation are not related.
◦ H0: Income bracket and party affiliation are independent.
Ha: Income bracket and party affiliation are somehow related.
◦ H0: Income bracket and party affiliation are somehow related.
Ha: Income bracket and party affiliation are independent.


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