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1 Week 6 Checkpoint Psych/625 March 15, 2018 Instructor: Mary Farmer

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2 Week 6 Checkpoint University of Phoenix Material Week 6 Checkpoint Consider the SPSS output on a chi-square test listed below. How would you explain the results to someone who does not understand statistics? Use clear language, and answer completely. Do You Work? Observed N Expected N Residual Yes 16 10.0 6.0 No 4 10.0 -6.0 Total 20 Test Statistics Do you work? Chi-Square 7,000 df 1 Asump. Sig. .007 To test the distribution of the variable we use Chi-square, the sample is nearly identical in for each cell. The level of significance given is (α) = 0.05. The null hypothesis presents there is a relationship, whereas with a different hypothesis there is no relationship. When examining the relationship amongst people who exercise and those do not exercise or absence of relationship amongst people who exercise and those who do not exercise. The main outcomes in the chi-square table are 7,000 it is the value of the test statistics. All of the cell counts expected are more than five. None of the cells held a probable cell count fewer than five.
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• Summer '15
• KIMBERLYBARNETT
• Statistics, Null hypothesis, Statistical hypothesis testing, Statistical significance, Type I and type II errors

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