In a recent hiring period, a hypothetical department store, U Mart, hired 62.0% of the males who applied and 14.1% of the females. A lawsuit was contemplated because these numbers seemed to indicate that there was gender discrimination. On closer examination, it was found that U-Martâ€™s hiring was only for two of the storeâ€™s departments: hardware and ladiesâ€™ apparel. The hardware department hired 60 out of 80 male applicants and 15 out of 20 female applicants. The ladiesâ€™ apparel department hired 2 out of 20 male applicants and 30 out of 300 female applicants. This information is summarized in the accompanying table. a. Complete the preceding table to show the percentages of males and females hired in each department. b. You are an attorney for a female plaintiff. How would you argue that there is gender discrimination? c. You are an attorney for U-Mart. How would you argue that there is no gender discrimination based on the results of parts a and b? d. How would you vote if you were on the jury based on the results of parts a through c?