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The results of a recent study regarding smoking and three types of illness are shown in the following table.
Illness Non-Smokers Smokers TotalsEmphysema 20 60 80Heart problem 70 80 150Cancer 30 40 70Totals 120 180 300
We are interested in determining whether or not illness is independent of smoking.
a. State the null and alternative hypotheses to be tested.
b. Show the contingency table of the expected frequencies.
c. Compute the test statistic.
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e. Determine the p-value and perform the test.
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