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StatisticsQ&A Library40) A four-year university has decided to implement a new approach to teaching Statistics.Full-time and adjunct professors were surveyed to determine whether they preferred thetraditional lecture approach, a computer approach to teaching Statistics, or id not have a40)preference.Prefer ComputerPrefer LectureNo Preference13Full-time61122Adjunct10Compute the test value.C) 0.36B) 0.14D) 1.24A) 0.97Question

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