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For a chi-square table with examining independent variables with 4 groups on a dependent variable with 3 groups, the degrees of freedom to find the critical value would be 5. 

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It is provided that there are 4 groups for independent variable and 3 groups for dependent variable.

So, the data can be organized in 4 X 3 contingency table.

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The required degree of freedom...

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Degree of freedom=(Number of rows-1)(Number of columns-1) = (4–1)(3–1) = 3× 2 = 6

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