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Has the percentage of young girls drinking milk changed over time? The following table is consistent with the results from "Beverage Choices of Young Females: Changes and Impact on Nutrient Intakes" (Shanthy A. Bowman, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 102(9), pp. 1234-1239):




Do you think that milk consumption by young girls is independent of the nationwide survey year? Use statistics to justify your reasoning.
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No. 56.9% of all young girls surveyed reported drinking milk, but 60% of the young girls reported drinking milk in the 1989-1991 survey. Since these percentages differ, milk consumption and year are not independent.
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