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    Chi-Square Test of Independence for Gender and Type of Vehicle

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    Use the given contingency table to (a) find the expected frequencies of each cell in the table, (b) perform a chi-square test for independence, and (c) comment on the relationship between the two variables. Assume the variables are independent.
    The contingency table shows the results of a random sample of 500 individuals classified by gender and type of vehicle owned. Use alpha = 0.01.

    Gender
    Type of vehicle owned Male Female
    Car 90 110
    Truck 100 75
    SUV 50 65
    Van 7 3

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    From a given contingency table, this solution finds the expected frequencies and performs a chi-square test of independence.

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