In the Salsberry (2003) study shared in this weeks module, the researcher presents the following results of the statistical analysis: "With respect to family configuration, 20% of the children enrolled in Medicaid, 29% of the uninsured children, and 44% of the privately insured children were in families where the adults were in a “partnered relationship”, [χ2 (2,N = 392) = 21.95; P = .0001]"   What type of analysis does this statement reflect?

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In the Salsberry (2003) study shared in this weeks module, the researcher presents the following results of the statistical analysis: "With respect to family configuration, 20% of the children enrolled in Medicaid, 29% of the uninsured children, and 44% of the privately insured children were in families where the adults were in a “partnered relationship”, [χ2 (2,N = 392) = 21.95; P = .0001]"   What type of analysis does this statement reflect?
 

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