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Making conclusions in chi-square tests for two-way tables

AP.STATS: DAT‑3 (EU), DAT‑3.L (LO), DAT‑3.L.1 (EK), DAT‑3.L.2 (EK), VAR‑8 (EU), VAR‑8.J (LO), VAR‑8.J.1 (EK), VAR‑8.J.2 (EK)

Problem

A market researcher was curious about the colors of different types of vehicles. They obtained a random sample of 180 sedans and a separate random sample of 180 trucks. Here is a summary of the colors in each sample and the results from a chi-squared test:
Chi-square test: Color vs. type
TrucksSedans
Red3757
Expected47, point, 047, point, 0
Blue3641
Expected38, point, 538, point, 5
Black7748
Expected62, point, 562, point, 5
Other3034
Expected32, point, 032, point, 0
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Assume that all conditions for inference were met.
At the alpha, equals, 0, point, 05 significance level, what is the most appropriate conclusion to draw from this test?
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