The article Men Women at Odds on Gun Control Cedar
The article “Men, Women at Odds on Gun Control” (Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 8, 1999) included the following statement: “The survey found that 56 percent of American adults favored stricter gun control laws. Sixty-six percent of women favored the tougher laws, compared with 45 percent of men.” These figures are based on a large telephone survey conducted by Associated Press Polls. If an adult is selected at random, are the outcomes selected adult is female and selected adult favors stricter gun control independent or dependent outcomes? Explain.
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