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Many school administrators watch enrollment numbers for answers to questions parents ask. Some parents wondered if preferring a particular science course is related to the student's preference in foreign language. Students were surveyed to establish their preference in science and foreign language courses. Does it appear that preferences in science and foreign language are independent? Explain.
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Overall, 102 of 136, or 75%, preferred Spanish. 35 of 51, or 68.6%, of students in Chemistry had Spanish. 23 of 33, or 69.6%, of students in Physics had Spanish, and 44 of 52, or 84.6% of students in Biology had Spanish. Chemistry and Physics students were much less likely to take Spanish than Biology students. It does appear that there is an association between preference in science and foreign language.
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