A nutritionist is looking at the connection between hours of TV watched and choice of sugary snacks in children identified as at risk for obesity. He asks children to document the number of hours of TV they watch and the number of sugary snacks they eat each day as shown in the first three columns of the following table. In this table, fill in the missing values in the XY column, and then calculate EXY.

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A nutritionist is looking at the connection between hours of TV watched and choice of sugary snacks in children
identified as at risk for obesity. He asks children to document the number of hours of TV they watch and the number
of sugary snacks they eat each day as shown in the first three columns of the following table.
In this table, fill in the missing values in the XY column, and then calculate EXY.
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A nutritionist is looking at the connection between hours of TV watched and choice of sugary snacks in children identified as at risk for obesity. He asks children to document the number of hours of TV they watch and the number of sugary snacks they eat each day as shown in the first three columns of the following table. In this table, fill in the missing values in the XY column, and then calculate EXY.