Check the assumptions: 1. Enter the matrix of expected values. Round values to 2 decimal places: o Are all of the values in the matrix of expected values greater than or equal to 5? Yes 2. No N is given, we will assume N| N: Name the test The conditions are met to use a Chi-Square Independence Test T: Test Statistic The formula set up of the first and last term of the test statistic is as follows: Round initial values to 2 decimal places: (0- E) E x? - E 2/ Final answer from technology rounded to 2 decimal places: 2.

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Check the assumptions:
1. Enter the matrix of expected values.
Round values to 2 decimal places:
o Are all of the values in the matrix of expected values greater than or equal to 5? Yes
2. No N is given, we will assume N|
N: Name the test
The conditions are met to use a Chi-Square Independence Test
T: Test Statistic
The formula set up of the first and last term of the test statistic is as follows:
Round initial values to 2 decimal places:
(0- E)
E
x? - E
2/
Final answer from technology rounded to 2 decimal places:
2.
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Check the assumptions: 1. Enter the matrix of expected values. Round values to 2 decimal places: o Are all of the values in the matrix of expected values greater than or equal to 5? Yes 2. No N is given, we will assume N| N: Name the test The conditions are met to use a Chi-Square Independence Test T: Test Statistic The formula set up of the first and last term of the test statistic is as follows: Round initial values to 2 decimal places: (0- E) E x? - E 2/ Final answer from technology rounded to 2 decimal places: 2.

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