# For the 2 Ã 3 table on gender and happiness in Exercise 11.4 (shown again following), software tells us that X2 = 0.46 and the P-value = 0.79.a. State the null and alternative hypothesis, in context, to which these results apply.b. Interpret the P-value. Happiness GenderNot Too Happy Female Male 174 142 Pretty Happy Very Happy Total 1089 926 587

For the 2 Ã— 3 table on gender and happiness in Exercise 11.4 (shown again following), software tells us that X2 = 0.46 and the P-value = 0.79.

a. State the null and alternative hypothesis, in context, to which these results apply.

b. Interpret the P-value.

a. State the null and alternative hypothesis, in context, to which these results apply.

b. Interpret the P-value.

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