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Unformatted text preview: The raw data was found by using Excel and entering the data into the formulas there. The data is as follows: Critical Value: CHINV(.05,2) = 5.991 Test Statistic = 4.54 P-value = .1032 This data shows that the critical value is greater than the test static. 4.54 < 5.991. All expected frequencies exceed the 5, and the P-value shows that the difference would increase by chance of 10.3% if pay type and satisfaction were independent of each other. This is not enough evidence to reject the null hypothesis that job satisfaction and pay categories are independent of each other. E-Text Assignment 3 References Doane, D. & Seward, L. (2007). Applied statistics in business and economics. Burr Ridge, IL: McGraw-Hill. Microsoft Office Excel. (Version 1.0) [Computer Software]. Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/default.aspx...
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