Two Way Tables Relative Frequency Review: Question Preview (ID: 30949)


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From #5: What do the relative frequencies tell you about which grade level is more likely to participate in a sport?
a) Divide by row b) Divide by column c) Divide by total population d)
From #5: What do the relative frequencies tell you about your participation in a sport based on your grade level in school?
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #4: What do the relative frequencies tell you about which gender is more likely to have a summer job?
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #3: What do the relative frequencies tell you about the job satisfaction based on the people surveyed?
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #3: What do the relative frequencies tell you about how satisfied you are with your job based on your income level?
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #2: What do the relative frequencies tell you about what your math ability is based on which club you joined?
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #2: What do the relative frequencies tell you about which club you might join based on your math ability?
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #1: Of the class, what is the relative frequency for students with a pet and a sibling?
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #1: What is the relative frequency for having a pet based on if you have a sibling or not
a) divide by row b) divide by column c) divide by total population d)
From #6: What do the relative frequencies tell you about whether your sibling attends the same school as you based on the student's surveyed?
a) Divide by row b) Divide by column c) Divide by total population d)
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