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maportil maportil
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Use the following to answer the questions below:

Suppose we are interested in comparing the proportion of male students who smoke to the proportion of female students who smoke. We have a random sample of 150 students (60 males and 90 females) that includes two variables: Smoke = "yes" or "no" and Gender = "female (F)" or "male (M)." The two-way table below summarizes the results.

Smoke = YesSmoke = NoSample Size
Gender = M95160
Gender = F98190


Describe how to use the data to construct a bootstrap distribution. What value should be recorded for each of the bootstrap samples.
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Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data

Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data


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I appreciate what you did here, answered it right Smiling Face with Open Mouth
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Thanks for your help!!
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Good timing, thanks!
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