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A medical study was conducted to determine if taking calcium is effective in reducing blood pressure. The results are shown in the table below. Use this information to answer questions 10–16.

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10. How many people does the data represent? (1 point)

11. Find the marginal frequency distributions regarding effectiveness. (2 points)

12. Find the marginal frequency distributions regarding calcium supplement. (2 points)

13. According to the data, what percent of people taking a calcium supplement found it effective in reducing blood pressure? (1 point)

14. According to the data, what percent of people taking a calcium supplement found it not effective in reducing blood pressure? (1 point)

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  2. 500 mg calcium supplement daily 1,200 mg calicum supplement daily Total
    effective 82 167 249
    not effective 137 59 196
    Total 219 226 445

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  3. 500 mg calcium supplement daily 1,200 mg calicum supplement daily Total
    effective 82 167 249
    not effective 137 59 196
    Total 219 226 445

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  4. 00mg calcium 1200mg calcium
    effective 82 167
    not effective 137 59

    find the marginal frequency distributions regarding effectiveness.

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