In a survey of 3029 adult Americans, the Harris Poll asked people whether they smoked cigarettes and whether they always wear a seat belt in a car. The table shows the results of the survey. For each activity, we define a success as finding an individual who participates in the hazardous activity.
(a) Why is this a dependent sample?
(b) Is there a significant difference in the proportion of individuals who smoke and the proportion of individuals who do not wear a seat belt? In other words, is there a significant difference between the proportion of individuals who engage in hazardous activities? Use the α = 0.05 level of significance.

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