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# I don’t understand what to do because this is worded very strangely. Could somebody help? In a survey, 200 college students were asked whether they live on campus and if they own a car. Their responses are summarized in the following table Is there evidence that college students who don't own a car tend to not live on campus more than students who live on campus? A. Yes, because the percentage of students who don't own a car and don't live on campus is greater than the percentage of students who don't own a car and live on campus. B. Yes, because the percentage of students who don't own a car and don't live on campus is less than the percentage of students who don't own a car and live on campus. C. No, because the percentage of students who don't own a car and don't live on campus is less than the percentage of students who don't own a car and live on campus. D. No, because the percentage of students who don't own a car and don't live on campus is greater than the percentage of students who don't own a car and live on campus.

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