The associate dean of a business school was looking for ways to improve the quality of the applicants to its MBA program. In particular, she wanted to know whether the undergraduate degree of applicants differed among her school and the three nearby universities with MBA programs. She sampled 100 applicants of her program and an equal number from each of the other universities. She recorded their undergraduate degrees (1 = BA, 2 = BEng, 3 = BBA, 4 = other) as well as universities (codes 1, 2, 3, and 4). Do these data provide sufficient evidence to infer that undergraduate degree and the university each person applied are related?

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