Two way table practice – MathsBitsNotebook
The website MathsBitsNotebook has five questions on interpreting two way tables and associated concepts of association and relative frequencies.
Stats vocab that may need elaboration for students:
Joint frequencies: Values in the body of the table are called joint frequencies, as this value represents joining one variable from the row and one variable from the column.
Row and Column conditional frequencies.
Marginal frequencies: Values in the “Total” row and “Total” column are called marginal frequencies.
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