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StatisticsQ&A LibraryI have to draw a P-Value graph using variables I calculated in a Chi-square test using Phstat in Microsoft Excel. The values I found were Critical Value = 12.59 Test Statistic = 5.61 P-Value = 0.47 What would I need to include on the graph? Are there any additional calculations I would need to make? Since this is realted to a Chi-square test, I know the graph will be right-tailed.Question

I have to draw a P-Value graph using variables I calculated in a Chi-square test using Phstat in Microsoft Excel.

The values I found were

Critical Value = 12.59

Test Statistic = 5.61

P-Value = 0.47

What would I need to include on the graph? Are there any additional calculations I would need to make? Since this is realted to a Chi-square test, I know the graph will be right-tailed.

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