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The table shows vacation preferences of families with children under 16 and over 16: Summer vacation Camping Traveling out of state Activities in local area Row totals At least one child under 16 22 12 36 70 All children 16 or older 17 45 20 82 Column totals 39 57 56 152 Sharon mistakenly calculated the marginal relative frequency for traveling out of state to be 57 out of 100 or 57%. What should Sharon have done, and what is the correct answer?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    a. She should have divided 57 by 152: 37.5% b. She should have divided 12 by 57: 21% c. She should have divided 45 by 57: 79% d. She should have divided 45 by 82: 55% im completely lost please help!

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    • one year ago
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  3. jim_thompson5910
    • one year ago
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    IF the grand total was 100 (bottom right corner), then 57/100 would have been correct however, there are 152 families total and NOT 100

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