The partially completed contingency table below

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the partially completed contingency table below regarding the site of skin cancer. Firstly, calculate the missing values. Head Trunk Melanoma U 30 Other 60 V Total X 80 Now, using the completed contingency table, select the statements from the following list that are true . Note: a statement is true only if the value you calculated from the completed contingency table, when rounded to the same number of decimal places as in the statement, is the same as the value in the statement. 52.8% of skin cancers were melanomas or appeared on the head The proportion of non-melanomic cancers that do not appear on the extremities is 0.449. The type and site of skin cancers are independent. Answer s: The proportion of skin cancers that are not melanomas and appear on the trunk is 0.204. 52.8% of skin cancers were melanomas or appeared on the head The proportion of non-melanomic cancers that do not appear on the extremities is 0.449. The type and site of skin cancers are independent. Of cancers appearing on the trunk, 24.5% are not melanomas. Question 5 2 out of 2 points Survey data revealed that: 69% of families had incomes over $35,000; 72% of families had two cars; and 0.78% of families had two cars if their income was over $35,000 What is the probability that a family has two cars and an income over $35,000 (to 3 decimal places)? Selected Answer: 0.583 Correct Answer: 0.005 ± 0
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Question 6 3 out of 3 points Given a binomial random variable with n = 25 and p = 0.61 find the probability of more than 7 but no more than 16 successes, correct to three decimal places.
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