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Suppose that beer consumption and religious affiliation are not independent of each other. That means that Question 4 options:

Suppose that beer consumption and religious affiliation are not independent of each other. That means that
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Beer consumption is on average the same, regardless of one's religious affiliation.

P(Beer | Religion X) = P(Beer | Religion Y).

The correlation between beer consumption and church attendance equals zero.

Members of some religions typically drink more beer than members of other religions.

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Suppose that beer consumption and religious affiliation are not independent of each other. That means that
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