300 students who were majoring in either math or English were asked a test question and the researcher recorded whether they answered the question
students who were majoring in either math or English were asked a test question and the researcher recorded
students who were majoring in either math or English were asked a test
in either math or English were asked a test question and the researcher recorded whether they answered the question
students who were majoring in either math or English were asked
a test question and the researcher recorded whether they answered the question
students who were majoring in either math or English
students who were majoring
300 students who were majoring in either math or English were asked a test question, and the researcher recorded whether they answered the question

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I need help with this problem. Please let me know. ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment Screen Shot 2017-10-26 at 10.38.27 PM.png 300 students who were majoring in either math or English were asked a test question, and the researcher recorded whether they answered the question correctly. The sample results are summarized for each major and are displayed as pie charts below, each representing an appropriate conditional ditribution. What may we suspect about the association between a student's response and their major? MATH MAJORS ENGLISH MAJORS English and Math majors don't get along 0 The above analysis doesn’t suggest anything about the relationship between the two variables It seems very likely that the two variables are dependent since the math conditional distribution and the English conditional distribution are signi?cantly different C) The two variables appear to be independent since the math conditional distribution and the English conditional distribution are practically identical Q The two variables appear to be dependent since the math conditional distribution and the English conditional distribution are practically identical