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Suppose a random sample of 1084 athletes from the college are asked what their major is. The table below shows theresults of the survey.Observed Frequencies of Majors from theSampleOutcomeObserved Frequency226Math ScienceArts & Humanities 275Business & Economics 348Other235The distribution of majors at the college is shown in the second column of the table below. Fill in the expectedfrequencies. (Round to the nearest whole number).Frequencies of Majors at the CollegeuoExpected FrequencyOutcomeExpectedMath ScienceArts &HumanitiesBusiness &EconomicsOther30232027

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Suppose a random sample of 1084 athletes from the college are asked what their major is. The table below shows the
results of the survey.
Observed Frequencies of Majors from the
Sample
Outcome
Observed Frequency
226
Math Science
Arts & Humanities 275
Business & Economics 348
Other
235
The distribution of majors at the college is shown in the second column of the table below. Fill in the expected
frequencies. (Round to the nearest whole number).
Frequencies of Majors at the College
uoExpected Frequency
OutcomeExpected
Math Science
Arts &
Humanities
Business &
Economics
Other
30
23
20
27
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Suppose a random sample of 1084 athletes from the college are asked what their major is. The table below shows the results of the survey. Observed Frequencies of Majors from the Sample Outcome Observed Frequency 226 Math Science Arts & Humanities 275 Business & Economics 348 Other 235 The distribution of majors at the college is shown in the second column of the table below. Fill in the expected frequencies. (Round to the nearest whole number). Frequencies of Majors at the College uoExpected Frequency OutcomeExpected Math Science Arts & Humanities Business & Economics Other 30 23 20 27

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Given: A random sample of 1084 athletes taken from the college are asked what their major is. The distribution of different majors in the college is given as 30% are Math/Science major, 23% are Arts & Humanities major, 20% are Business & Economics major, and 27% are other majors.

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