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1Pace of LifeSagar ThapaWestcliff UniversityBUS 320 Foundation of BusinessProf. Pawan SinghDecember 12, 2020
2AbstractThis paper provides an analysis of the pace of life operated on the basis of gender withinsociety. It also contains the table and the projected table listed on the basis of two sexes insociety.Keywords:Pace, gender, male, female, life
3Question 1.The Chi-Square Independence Test is used to determine whether two nominal variablesare significantly connected. The frequency for each nominal variable for each particular categoryis compared between the second nominal variable categories. Data can be seen in a contingencytable in which each row is a category for a component, and each column is a category for theother[ CITATION Tan07 \l 1033 ].A null hypothesis is a kind of statistical hypothesis which says that certain features of apopulation have no difference or data-generating process[ CITATION Dal02 \l 1033 ].We also need to find the P-value using the significance level which is 0.05. The p-value isthe possibility that the findings of the statistical hypothesis test will be at least as extreme asthose found, assuming a null hypothesis is accurate[ CITATION Bee20 \l 1033 ].The 2 hypotheses for pace of life:H (0): Pace of life is independent of genderH (1): Pace of life is dependent of genderFormula to calculate test of independence:XC2=(

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