dds of a female in first class dying on the Titanic.e Find the odds ratio of a male in first class to a female in the same class dying on the Titanic.

The Titanic was a large luxury ocean liner that was declared to be an “unsinkable ship.” During its maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, it hit an iceberg and sank onApril 14, 1912. Large numbers of people lost their lives. The economic status of the passengers has been roughly grouped according to whether they were traveling first class, second class, or third class. The crew has been reported separately. Although the exact numbers are still a matter of debate, one report (Dawson 1995) of the numbers of those who did and did not survive, by economic status and gender, is displayed in the table that follows.Population Exposed to Risk Number of DeathsEconomic Status Male Female Male FemaleFirst Class 180 145 118 4Second Class 179 106 154 13Third Class 510 196 422 106Crew 862 23 670 3a Find the odds of a male in first class dying on the Titanic.b Find the odds of a male in third class dying on the Titanic.c Find the odds ratio of a male in first class relative to a male in third class dying on the Titanic.d Find the odds of a female in first class dying on the Titanic.e Find the odds ratio of a male in first class to a female in the same class dying on the Titanic.

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