Membership to the zoo includes free admission for all children in a family. The zoo CEO argues that this makes it much more attractive for large families to buy zoo memberships, but she is afraid it is too costly for families with only one child. She asks the Membership Coordinator to collect data to decide if families with two or more children are more likely to buy memberships to the zoo than those who have only one child. contingencytable-1.png True or False? Because the proportion of families with two or more children with zoo memberships is larger than the proportion of the entire sample with zoo memberships, the CEO can conclude that smaller family size causes families with only one child to skip buying a zoo membership.