chi squared/pearson squared problem 2

A fruit-grower plants a large number of apple trees, pear trees and plum trees in the orchard. At the end of the year each tree is classified as "Satisfactory" if it produced at least as much fruit as would be expected from a tree of this type, "Unsatisfactory" otherwise. The number of trees in each category is given in the table below:

....................Apples..Pears ..Plums......................

Satisfactory= (14)... (25)...( 22)

Unsatisfactory=(23)...(47)...(29)

Find the value of Pearson's X2 statistic correct to 2 decimal places