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Module Examining Relationships Examining Relationships Checkpoint 1 Step 1 of 1 Question 1 of 5 A store asked 250 of its customers whether they were satisfied with the service or not. The responses were also classified according to the gender of the customers. We want to study whether there is a relationship between satisfaction and gender. A meaningful display of the data from this study would be: side-by-side boxplots a pie chart a histogram a scatterplot a two-way table Good job! A two-way table (also called a contingency table) is the appropriate display for the comparing two categorical variables (that is, for the relationship between a categorical explanatory variable, in this case "gender," and a categorical response variable, in this case "satisfaction").

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