A study done by Husemann et al. and published in Developmental Psychology in 2003 compared men who viewed high levels of television violence as children with those who did not in order to study the differences with regard to physical abuse of their partners as adults. The men categorized as physically abusive had hit, grabbed, or shoved their partners.
a. Find the row, column, and grand totals, and prepare a table showing these values as well as the counts given.
b. Find the percentage of men overall that were abusive.
c. Find the expected number of men exposed to high levels of television violence who should say yes, if the variables are independent. Multiply the proportion overall that were abusive times the number of men exposed to high levels of television violence. Do not round off to a whole number. Round to two decimal digits.
d. Find the other expected counts using your knowledge that the expected counts must add to the row and column totals. Report them in a table with the same orientation as the one given for the data.

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