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  1. bobobox
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    @jim_thompson5910

  2. bobobox
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    I would like to say B

  3. bobobox
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    because it compares the two

  4. bobobox
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    okay

  5. perl
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    Given that you look only in the column of dancers, what is the relative frequency of females?

  6. bobobox
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    84 females in total

  7. perl
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    Look only in this column http://prntscr.com/7m6ehj

  8. bobobox
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    52

  9. perl
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    Correct. And 52 out of ... what is the total in that column

  10. bobobox
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    84 females enjoy dance

  11. perl
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    We need the proportion of dancers who are female http://prntscr.com/7m6fjy

  12. bobobox
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    52 females enjoy dance and 12 males enjoy dance with 64 people in total, sorry I am bad with this vocabulary

  13. perl
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    correct . So the proportion of dancers who are female is 52/64. Agreed?

  14. bobobox
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    yes agreed

  15. perl
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    Can you calculate that

  16. bobobox
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    divide right

  17. perl
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    yes :)

  18. bobobox
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    0.81

  19. perl
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    and what is that as a percent

  20. bobobox
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    81% i belive

  21. bobobox
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    @perl

  22. perl
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    yes thats correct

  23. perl
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    Can you now answer the question?

  24. bobobox
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    is the answer C?

  25. bobobox
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    wait or is it D Because of they way it's worded

  26. perl
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    We found the condition of dancing, the green rectangle

  27. bobobox
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    so d?

  28. perl
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    I can't give the answer .

  29. bobobox
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    I think it's d Because it discusses dance as a condition and it's a positive observation

  30. bobobox
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    @perl @jim_thompson5910

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