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### Chapter 9

Course: STAT 301, Fall 2011
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2.5: Section Data Analysis for Two-Way Tables Section 9.1: Chi-square test for Two-Way Tables Learning goals for this chapter: Find the joint, marginal, and conditional distributions from a two-way table of the counts by hand and with SPSS. Determine from the wording of the story whether the question is asking for a joint, marginal, or conditional percentage/probability. Know when it two-way tables and the...

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