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** **The following is a contingency table. It provides data on school enrollment in thousands, by level and gender. Fill in the missing boxes and then answer the questions that follow:

Male | Female | Total | |

Nursery | 2331 | 2377 | 4708 |

Kindergarten | 1997 | ||

Elementary | 16504 | 15734 | |

High School | 8393 | 16446 | |

Total | 29363 |

**a.** How many cells does this contingency table have?

**b.** What is the total enrollment?

**c.** How many students are female?

**d.** Ho many students are in high school?

**e.** How many students are male kindergarteners?

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