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Part I: Respondent Characteristics and the Area Judged Best for Bargains
1. Construct and use the 0.05 level in testing the contingency table for variables 26 and 17. Can we conclude that the gender of the respondent is independent of the shopping area judged best for bargains?
2. Repeat step 1 for variables 27 and 17. Can we conclude that the education level of the respondent is independent of the shopping area judged best for bargains?
Part II: Respondent Characteristics
1. Construct and use the 0.05 level in testing the contingency table for variables 26 and 27. Can we conclude that the gender of the respondent is independent of the education level of the respondent?
2. Construct and use the 0.05 level in testing the contingency table for variables 26 and 28. Can we conclude that the gender of the respondent is independent of the marital status of the respondent?


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