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g3lo

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I am new to these forums and hope someone may help me out. I am doing an assignment and am stuck on one of the questions.

There is a sample of 1000 people of different age groups.

18-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65 or older

People were asked if they thought the new tax code is fair or unfair. I have an excel document with all the data.

The question asks, what is the probability that the people felt that the U.S. Tax Code is unfairly spread across income groups and education levels.

I do not want the answer, rather how I can approach to obtain the answer myself. Your help is greatly appreciated in advance.

How would I tackle the problem?

--G3LO

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