Self reported injuries among left- handed and right- handed people were compared in the surveyof 1896 college students in British Columbia, Canada. Ninety-three of the 180 left- handed students reported at least one injury, and 619 of the 1716 right- handed students reported at least one injury in the same period. Arrange the datainto a 2×2 table and calculate the proportion of people with at least one injury during the period of observation for each group.

Self reported injuries among left- handed and right- handed people were compared in the survey of 1896 college students in British Columbia, Canada. Ninety-three of the 180 left- handed students reported at least one injury, and 619 of the 1716 right- handed students reported at least one injury in the same period. Arrange the data into a 2×2 table and calculate the proportion of people with at least one injury during the period of observation for each group.