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Using the following table, what term best describes the entry of 62%? Which location would you most like to visit? Aspen, Colorado New York, New York Row totals Male students 22% 28% 50% Female students 16% 34% 50% Column totals 38% 62% 100% Joint frequency Joint relative frequency Marginal frequency Marginal relative frequency
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I can't understand the table
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hold on

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|dw:1434640908238:dw|
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perce=percent btw
Mehek14
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which one do you think it is?
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let me think hold on
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i would say joint frequency but i am not sure.
Mehek14
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nope
Mehek14
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|dw:1434641612305:dw| that's joint frequency
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oh ok so it would be margin frequency?
Mehek14
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yes
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would it be relative margin frequency or just margin frequency?
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just marginal frequency
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