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[1%] CHI SQUARE TEST OF INDEPENDENCE: Of a sample of 80 single and married women surveyed, we obtained the following data as to the sizes of cars each one owns (assuming 1 car per person). Test whether car size is independent of marital status at the .01 significance level.
Compact Midsize Luxury TOTAL
Single 8 14 8 30
Married 32 10 8 50
TOTAL 40 24 16 80

7a) P-value = ________________
7b) REJECT THE NULL or DO NOT REJECT THE NULL? (circle one)
7c) Can we conclude that car size is dependent on marital status? YES or NO
(circle one)

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