# Question Problem 2. (1 point) A simple random sample of shoppers was collected in a large departmental store to study some certain consumer behaviours. Among the questions asked was, "do you enjoy shopping for clothing?" and "are you Male or Female?" Here are partial summarized data for this question: Do you enjoy shopping? Yes No Not relevant I buy what I have to Females 59 42 Total 195 114 135 47 If the null hypothesis is: Ho : Gender and enjoying shopping are independent. Use alpha 0.01, then do the following: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (a) Find the expected number of people with who said they like to shop and are Female: (b) Find the expected number of people who said they don't like to shop and are not Female: (c) Find the expected number of people who responded with a Not relevant I buy what I have to and who are Female: (d) Find the test statistic: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (e) Find the degrees of freedom: (f) Find the critical value: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (g) The final conclusion is A. There is not sufficient evidence to reject the null hypothesis. B. We can reject the null hypothesis that gender and enjoying shopping are independent.

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Transcribed Image Text: Problem 2. (1 point) A simple random sample of shoppers was collected in a large departmental store to study some certain consumer behaviours. Among the questions asked was, "do you enjoy shopping for clothing?" and "are you Male or Female?" Here are partial summarized data for this question: Do you enjoy shopping? Yes No Not relevant I buy what I have to Females 59 42 Total 195 114 135 47 If the null hypothesis is: Ho : Gender and enjoying shopping are independent. Use alpha 0.01, then do the following: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (a) Find the expected number of people with who said they like to shop and are Female: (b) Find the expected number of people who said they don't like to shop and are not Female: (c) Find the expected number of people who responded with a Not relevant I buy what I have to and who are Female: (d) Find the test statistic: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (e) Find the degrees of freedom: (f) Find the critical value: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (g) The final conclusion is A. There is not sufficient evidence to reject the null hypothesis. B. We can reject the null hypothesis that gender and enjoying shopping are independent.
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Transcribed Image Text: Problem 2. (1 point) A simple random sample of shoppers was collected in a large departmental store to study some certain consumer behaviours. Among the questions asked was, "do you enjoy shopping for clothing?" and "are you Male or Female?" Here are partial summarized data for this question: Do you enjoy shopping? Yes No Not relevant I buy what I have to Females 59 42 Total 195 114 135 47 If the null hypothesis is: Ho : Gender and enjoying shopping are independent. Use alpha 0.01, then do the following: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (a) Find the expected number of people with who said they like to shop and are Female: (b) Find the expected number of people who said they don't like to shop and are not Female: (c) Find the expected number of people who responded with a Not relevant I buy what I have to and who are Female: (d) Find the test statistic: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (e) Find the degrees of freedom: (f) Find the critical value: (Use two decimal places when appropriate) (g) The final conclusion is A. There is not sufficient evidence to reject the null hypothesis. B. We can reject the null hypothesis that gender and enjoying shopping are independent.