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1CHI-SQUARE, STRENGTH, & RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VARIABLESChi-Square, Strength, and Relationships Between VariablesChadd C. Cooper, Jr. Liberty UniversityBUSI-8206/20/2021Author NoteChadd C. Cooper, Jr.I have no known conflict of interest to disclose.Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Chadd C. CooperEmail: [email protected]
2CHI-SQUARE, STRENGTH, & RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VARIABLESChi-Square, Strength, and Relationships Between VariablesD5.1 Interpreting Chi-SquareThe outputs included a case processing summary table, math grades cross gender tabulation table, a Chi-square test table, and a Symmetric measure table. The Chi-square test table specifically tested the significant relationship between gender and math grades. Accordingto the Pearson Chi-Square, the p value is .056. Morgan et al. (2013) states that if the p value is less than .05, then it rejects the null hypothesis. Since it is above .05, then there seems to be no significant relationship between the gender and math grade.