# Doctors collected data from 53 patients with malaria. Each patient had one of three types of Malaria (P.v., P.m., or P.f.) and were from either Columbia or Venezuela. Of the 25 patients from Venezuela, 8% had P.m. malaria. In Columbia, the same number of patients had P.v. as P.f. And of the 30 patients with P.v., 60% were from Venezuela.

Doctors collected data from 53 patients with malaria. Each patient
had one of three types of Malaria (P.v., P.m., or P.f.) and were from either Columbia or Venezuela. Of the 25 patients from Venezuela, 8% had P.m. malaria. In Columbia, the same number of patients had P.v. as P.f. And of the 30 patients with P.v., 60% were from Venezuela.
a. How do I make a contingency table to display this data?
b. What is the probability that a patient from Columbia has either P.v. or P.f.?
c. What proportion of these patients do not have the P.f. type of malaria?
d. Are having P.f. malaria and being from Columbia independent events? Justify answer mathematically.

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