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For the following observed and expected frequencies:

Observed 9 22 53 9 7

Expected 15 20 40 15 10

a. Compute the value x square.

b. How many degrees of freedom are there?

c. Test the hypothesis that the distribution of the observed frequencies is as given by the expected frequencies. Use the a=0.01 level of significance.

Step 1

Given Data

Step 2

**a)**

The formula for the chi-square is given below

Step 3

b)

Degree of freedom is g...

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