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Identify the variables and tell whether each is categorical or quantativie.
Gender and Breed; both are categorical
Gender and Breed; both are quantative
Male and Female; both are categorical
Male and Female; both are quantative

?To determine if people's preference in dogs had changed in the recent years, organizers of a local dog show asked people who attended the show to indicate which breed was their favorite. This information was complied by dog breed and gender of the people who responded. The table summarizes the responses. Which of the W's are unknown for these data?
Who
What
When

What percent of the responses were from males who favor Labradores?
6.6%
14.9%
52.6%
44.3%

What percent of the male responses favor Labradores?
6.6%
14.9%
52.6%
44.3%

What percent of the people who choose Labradores were males?
6.6%
14.9%
53.6%
44.3%

State the marginal distribution of breeds.
There were 73 Yorkshire terrier responses, 49 Dachshund responses, 58 Golden Retriever responses, 37 Labrador responses, 45 Dalmatian responses, and 86 Other responses.
There were 59 Yorkshire terrier responses, 47 Dachshund responses, 33 Golden Retriever responses, 41 Labrador responses, 28 Dalmatian responses, and 67 Other responses.
There were 132 Yorkshire terrier responses, 96 Dachshund responses, 91 Golden Retriever responses, 78 Labrador responses, 73 Dalmatian responses, and 153 Other responses.

Give the conditional relative frequency distribution of the breeds among female respondents.
Among females, 20.9% chose Yorkshire Terriers, 14.2 % Dachshunds, 16.7% Golden Retrievers, 10.6% Labs, and 12.9% Dalmatians. The remaining 24.7% of females preferred other breeds.
Among females, 21.2% chose Yorkshire Terriers, 15.4% Dachshunds, 14.6% Golden Retrievers, 12.5% Labs, and 11.7% Dalmatians. The remaining 24.6% of females preferred other breeds.
Among females, 21.5% chose Yorkshire Terriers, 17% Dachshunds, 112% Golden Retrievers, 14.9% Labs, and 10.1% Dalmatians. The remaining 24.4% of females preferred other breeds.

Do you think the breed selection is independent of gender?
Yes, based on the data breed selection appears to be independent of gender.
No, based on the data breed selection does not appear to be independent of gender.
There is not enough information to tell.

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Rose Mary Correa

In someof the problems, we will assuming from deviations .e.i X or Y . but in some case we will nt take.. why? Even in standard deviation and coefficient correlation of variation

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