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A random sample of 1672 Texas government employees were selected for a study on race. The table below shows theresults of the survey.Observed Frequencies of Racefrom the SampleOutcome Observed FrequencyWhite 702Hispanic 752Black 167Other51The racial distribution for the state of Texas is shown in the second column below. Fill in the expected frequencies.Round to the nearest whole number).Frequencies of RaceExpectedExpected FrequencyOutcomeWhiteHispanicBlackOtherPercent3 S43

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A random sample of 1672 Texas government employees were selected for a study on race. The table below shows the
results of the survey.
Observed Frequencies of Race
from the Sample
Outcome Observed Frequency
White 702
Hispanic 752
Black 167
Other51
The racial distribution for the state of Texas is shown in the second column below. Fill in the expected frequencies.
Round to the nearest whole number).
Frequencies of Race
ExpectedExpected Frequency
Outcome
White
Hispanic
Black
Other
Percent
3 S
43
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A random sample of 1672 Texas government employees were selected for a study on race. The table below shows the results of the survey. Observed Frequencies of Race from the Sample Outcome Observed Frequency White 702 Hispanic 752 Black 167 Other51 The racial distribution for the state of Texas is shown in the second column below. Fill in the expected frequencies. Round to the nearest whole number). Frequencies of Race ExpectedExpected Frequency Outcome White Hispanic Black Other Percent 3 S 43

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The total sample size is given as 1,672. The observed frequencies and the expected percentage are given. The expected frequency is found by the formula,

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