Chi-SquareWkshtBus134ASp09

Chi-SquareWkshtBus134ASp09 - < 2 children (#2) > 2...

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College education High school education < 2 children > 2 children (#2) -.llal\ *tr $rd. \\\ Total: \9 (#3) ltw \Urr l\tr ,,\w JJ)k UJ't- \ Total:4t l. In box #I, tally the number of participants who have a college degree as their highest educational degree AND who have less than or equal to 2 children. Write the total at the bottom of the box. 2. In box #2,ta7ly the number of participants who have a college degree as their highest educational degree AND who have more than2 children. Write the total at the bottom of the box. 3. In box #3, tally the number of participants who have a high school degree as their highest educational degree AND who have less than or equal to 2 children. Write the total at the bottom of the box. 4. In box #4, tally the number of participants who have a high school degree as their highest educational degree AND who have more than2 children. Write the total at the bottom of the box. 5. How many participants have a
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course BUS 134A at San Jose State University .

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Chi-SquareWkshtBus134ASp09 - &lt; 2 children (#2) &gt; 2...

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