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c. Explain the following steps involved in a chi-square test of independence:

i) Identify the claim then state the null and alternative hypotheses (Ho and Ha) for this test.

ii)Select the level of significance.

iii) Calculate the test statistic.

iv) Formulate the Decision Rule and Make a Decision.

 v)Interpret your decision in terms of the claim.

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