# To find the real count for each cell of the table, use the number of students and the percent employed. Round to the nearest whole number

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For this you need to create a two-way table with a 6×2 design (6 levels of field of study – which are trades, design, health, media/IT, service, other; and 2 levels of employment status – which are employed and not employed). To find the real count for each cell of the table, use the number of students and the percent employed. Round to the nearest whole number. For example, the real count for Employed status in the Trade field of study is 25% x 942 = 235.5 = 236. And the real count for Not Employed status in the Trade field of study is 75% x 942 = 706.5 = 707Please note, we got the percentage for not employed of 75% from 100%-25% (where 25% is the percentage of employed in the Trade field of study.) After all the cells in the table are filled with their related numbers (or counts) then transfer the two-way table into a CrunchIt sheet (refer to Week 6 CrunchIt tutorial) and start the chi-square test.

For this you need to create a two-way table with a 6×5 design (6 levels of field of study and 5 levels of salary range – which includes no response). To find the real count for each cell of the table, use the number of students and the percentage for each salary range. Round to the nearest whole number. For example, the real count for \$19 of less salary range in the Trade field of study is 45% x 68 = 30.1 = 31. And the real count for \$30 to \$39 salary range in the Design field of study is 3% x 21 = 0.63 = 1.