Asked Sep 9, 2019

In an experiment you do a chi-square test comparing observed and expected progeny. Your calculated chi square is 0.375. With 1 degree of freedom, this corresponds to a probability between 0.9 and 0.5. What does this mean?


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A chi-squared test is a statistical hypothesis test that measures how expectations compare to the actual observed data. In this test, the sampling distribution of the test statistic is chi-squared distribution when the nul...

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