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50% males and female are presented in the data. If gender is independent, how many males are expect to answer yes?

50% males and female are presented in the data. If gender is independent, how many males are expect to answer yes? Explain the answer and fill in the rest of the table 1.

Table 1: expected values

Yes No

Male ____ ____ 100

Female ____ ____ 100

  120  80 200


 Table 2: observed values

  Yes   No

Male   30   70 100

Female  90   10 100

  120  80 200


Compare Table 1 with Table 2

What is the expected value for Table 1? What is known?

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