Were the ratings given by famed critic, Gene Siskel, associated with the ratings given by his co-host, Robert Ebert?  The table below summarizes their ratings for 160 movies.  Carry out this hypothesis test (including the 7 steps) by hand. Siskel's ratings Ebert's ratings   Thumbs down Mixed Thumbs up Total Thumbs down 24 8 13 45 Mixed 8 13 11 32 Thumbs up 10 9 64 83 Total 42 30 88 160   What can you conclude about whether or not their ratings are related?

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Were the ratings given by famed critic, Gene Siskel, associated with the ratings given by his co-host, Robert Ebert?  The table below summarizes their ratings for 160 movies.  Carry out this hypothesis test (including the 7 steps) by hand.

Siskel's ratings Ebert's ratings
  Thumbs down Mixed Thumbs up Total
Thumbs down 24 8 13 45
Mixed 8 13 11 32
Thumbs up 10 9 64 83
Total 42 30 88 160

 

What can you conclude about whether or not their ratings are related?

 

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