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    Test of Independence - Couples in the Workforce

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    Samples taken in three cities, Anchorage, Atlanta, and Minneapolis, were used to learn about the percentage of married couples with both the husband and wife in the workforce (USA Today, January 15, 2006). Analyze the following data to see whether both the husband and wife being in the workforce is independent of location. Use a .05 level of significance. What is your conclusion? What overall estimate of the percentage of married couples with both husband and the wife in the workforce?

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    The percentage of couples with both the husband and wife in the workplace is analyzed for three different cities, Anchorage, Atlanta and Minneapolis. A conclusion on this analysis is given.

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