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Unformatted text preview: the chi-square is between .90-.70, we fail to reject D’Agnilli 2 5. Repeat #3 above for the combined class results for that ear of corn. Class results for # 6500 Class Observed Expected Difference Difference^2/ expected Purple 1210 1173 37 1.167 Yellow 354 391-37 3.561 Totals 1564 1564 4.668 There is 1 degree of freedom 6. Repeat #4 above for the combined class results for that ear of corn. We are between .05-.01 on the chi-square and therefore reject are hypothesis Looking over your answers for all of the above, please answer the following questions: 7. What is the effect of increasing sample size on the chi-square value? In our case the increased population brought us farther from are hypothesis 8. What is the effect of increasing sample size on the P value for your analyses. It brought it to in the reject area on the chi-square...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course BIO 2 taught by Professor Heckt during the Spring '08 term at Rowan.
- Spring '08