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Make appropriate stacked bar graphs in excel that

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Make appropriate STACKED BAR graphs IN EXCEL that show whether there is a relationship between gender  and marital status.  Show PERCENTAGES rather than frequencies on the bar graphs. Include total number of  males, total number of females in your labels/titles. Copy paste the graph(s) below. b. Is there are relationship between gender and marital status? If so, what is the relationship? (Use appropriate  percentages and briefly discuss-one short sentence, that’s all we’ll grade.) Yes.  P(Male|Married) is over 60% , P(Male|Single) is less than 40%. The conditional probabilities are different  and there are more males that are married. So gender and marital status are related.
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3. Data was collected on whether or not a student smokes and whether one or the other or both of their parents smoked. The data is shown below. Neither parent smokes One parent smokes Both parents smoke Student doesn’t smoke 1168 1823 1380 Student smokes 188 416 400 a. Make appropriate graphs (your choice, as long as they are statistically correct) using EXCEL to examine parent smoking behaviors when 1) the student smoke vs 2) when a student doesn’t smoke. Make sure your graph(s) are very clear and easy to understand. Copy/paste graphs in the space below.
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