If the distribution reported by the 2012 study is still true how many of the

# If the distribution reported by the 2012 study is

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Question 2 of 7If the distribution reported by the 2012 study is still true, how many of the 700 U.S. adults would you expect to respond that abortion should be legal in most
case? In other words, what is the expected frequency of U.S. adults who respond that abortion should be legal in most case? 16031252217161This is correct. Indeed, the 2012 study claims that 31% of U.S. adults believe that abortion should be legal in most cases. Therefore, if the distribution reported by the 2012 study is still true, we would expect that 31% of the 700 individuals (which is .31*700 = 217) to respond that abortion should be legal inmost cases. Question 3 of 7The chi-square goodness-of-fit test statistic in this case is X2=12.02X2=12.02.Using the chi-square table (linked here), what can you say about the p-value of the test?