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# this is a basic statistics question

I do not need to see the work. The possible correct answers are provided. The table is provided after the question. If it did not copy so you can read it contact me and I will find another way to send it to you Using the general format for a two-by-two table on Page 4-7, answer the following question: Examine Table 4.2 and construct a 2X2 table of syphilis cases in people aged 29 or younger and 30 or older. Compare this to numbers of male and female cases. What is the Attack Rate (or risk) for men over 30 and women under 30.

a. Risk for Men over 30 = 0.6637, Risk for Women under 30 = 0.8254

b. Risk for Men over 30 = 0.8254, Risk for Women under 30 = 6.6377

c. Risk for Men over 30 = 0.7677, Risk for Women under 30 = 0.6377

d. Risk for Men over 30 = 0.8254, Risk for Women under 30 = 0.7677

e. Risk for Men over 30 = 0.8254, Risk for Women under 30 = 0.3624 able 4.2 Reported Cases of Primary and Secondary Syphilis by Age and Sex—United States, 2002 NUMBER OF CASES

Age Group (years)       Male         Female          Total

<14                                  9                12                21

15–19                            135              216                351

20–24                            533              309              842

25–29                          668              227              895

30–34                           877             220             1,097

35–39                         1,121            246             1,367

40–44                          845              178             1,023

45–54                         825              157               982

≥55                            255                29                284

Total                        5,268            1,594            6,862