Calculating relative frequencies in a contingency table
A survey of a sample of 347 people is conducted. The survey's respondents are classified according to their political affiliation and their opinion on a bill. The results are given in the contingency table below.
Opinion on the bill
In favor of Opposed to Indifferent to
Political affiliation Democrat 18 50 35
Republican 46 40 31
Independent 49 35 43
What is the relative frequency of respondents who are indifferent toward the bill?
Round your answer to at least two decimals places.
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From the above table, ...
The solution shows how to calculate the relative frequency of respondents indifferent to the bill by using simple, easy to understand calculations.