Hi there
I have another question from the 2020 paper Q2 iii)
So I broke up probabilities for induvial animals. Answers to 2 d.p
Cat
100/180 = 0.61
Dog
230/410 = 0.56
Rabbit
70/160 = 0.44
Guinea pig
30/70 = 0.43

Probability that a female cat is chosen is greater than 0.5 enough to say the statement is true for cats

Probability that female dog is chosen is greater than 0.5 but not by a lot, so if a different sample was taken, it is possible male dog could be more chosen

Rabbit and cat are both under 0.5, so there are more chance male cats and rabbits will be selected for this sample. Again their probability is fairly close to 0.5, so it is possible with a different sample, female rabbits and cats are chosen more
So my answer doesn’t really align with the marking schedule so if I could receive some feedback and some indication where my answer would sit that would be really helpful.
Thanks