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1 Chi-Square Worksheet Psych/625 March 19, 2018 Instructor: Mary Farmer

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2 University of Phoenix Material Chi-Square Worksheet Look at the following chi-square output, and answer the questions below it. Chi-Square Test Frequencies Preference Observed N Expected N Residual Nuts & Grits 9 20.0 -11.0 Bacon Surprise 27 20.0 7.0 Dimples 16 20.0 -4.0 Froggy 17 20.0 -3.0 Chocolate Delight 31 20.0 11.0 Total 100 Test Statistics Preference Chi-Square 15.800 a df 4 Asymp. Sig. .003 a 0 cells (0.0%) have expected frequencies less than 5. The minimum expected cell frequency is 20.0. Answer the following questions about this chi-square output: 1. How many categories are listed for analysis? 5 2. What is the expected N size? 100
3 3. What is the chi-square value? 4. How many degrees of freedom are there ? 4 5. What it the test statistic and what does it tell you about the probability?

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• Summer '15
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• Statistics, Chi-Square Test, Errors and residuals in statistics, University of Phoenix Material, Chi-square distribution, Chi-Square Worksheet

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