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I have got all the other parts but not sure how to come up with this part????In a national survey of 500 business and 500 leisure travelers, each was asked where they would most like "more space."


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On Airplane Hotel Room All Other

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Business 358 110 32

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Leisure 242 168 90

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(c) Express the table as percentages of the column totals.(Give your answers correct to one decimal place.)

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On Airplane Hotel Room All Other

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Business % % %

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Leisure % %

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    358/(358+242) = 358/600 = .596667 = 59.7%

    242/600 = 40.3%

    Use the same process for the other data.

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