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Question 1

Calculate the indicated expected frequency to the nearest whole number.

The two-way table summarizes data from a survey at a small liberal arts college:  
New Hires


Assuming that status and gender are independent, what is the expected frequency of tenure track men?
◦ 7
◦ 20
◦ 16
◦ 18

Question 2

Calculate the indicated expected frequency to the nearest whole number.

The two-way table summarizes data from a survey at a small liberal arts college:  
New Hires


Assuming that status and gender are independent, what is the expected frequency of adjunct men?
◦ 25
◦ 18
◦ 10
◦ 16


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bobthebuilder

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