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Assignment 6 Julian Jordan STAT 4210 1. Use JMP to create a contingency table and conduct a chi-square test of independence. Copy and paste your contingency table into this document. Include all cell values (e.g., counts, percentages, expected counts, etc.) that you reference in this assignment. Analyze – Fit Y by X. Choose Choice as your Y variable. Choose Default as your X variable. 2. Is the association between default option and whether someone becomes a donor statistically significant? Use a chi-squared test of association to decide. Show all five steps: assumptions, hypotheses, test statistic, p-value, and conclusion. a. Assumption: Independent Random Sample Random Assignment Sample Size [(n*p) > 10 and(n*(1-p)) > 10]

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Assignment 6 Julian Jordan STAT 4210 b. Hypotheses: i. H 0: Becoming an organ donor and the default choice offered to the participants are independent of each other. ii. H A: Becoming an organ donor and the default choice offered to the participants are associated. c. Test Statistic: 24.284 d. P-Value: 0.0001 e. Conclusion: If becoming an organ donor and the default choice offered to the participants are independent of each other, then a test statistic of 24.284 or higher would only occur about 0.0001 % of the time. With a p-value of approximately 0, we have sufficient evidence to reject the null hypothesis, and conclude that there is an association between becoming an organ donor and the default choice offered to the participant.
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