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Problem 3E

The article "Inconsistent Health Perceptions for US Women and Men with Diabetes" (M. McCollum, L. Hansen, et al., Journal of Women's Health, 2007:1421-1428) presents results of a survey of adults with diabetes. Each respondent was categorized by gender and income level. The numbers in each category (calculated from percentages given in the article) are presented in the following table.

Can you conclude that the proportions in the various income categories differ between men and women?

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