NotesChiSquare134A.pdf

NotesChiSquare134A.pdf - Chi-square: Nominal data (i.e.,...

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Chi-square: li l,',r1i1 ', ., r\ /. Nominal data Exami ni ng "Frequencies" Example. A social psychologist is interested in determining whether there is a relationship between the education level of parents and the number of children they have. A survey is taken and the following results are obtained. (i.e., cod
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To give credit for past work, this example is adapted from Pagano, Robert R. (1981). Understanding Sfafrsfics in the Behavioral Sciences. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Company (The information on this particular page will not be on the exam.)
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Number of Children Two or Less More than Two t '67 2zL 3 5{1 438 College education High school education column marginal Total number of participants = \-u0 row marginal \6 \5 lc bD
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a. What is the null hypothesis? -t\-s .&s*1q"*g1 \y& \ trU^n *, \f".* * b. What is the cNnclusisn? \ -rv u$"l,< 0s5 b\ $"\NaN\$u,y \*a osvsdilluxfuS
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Step 1: Calculate th appropriate statistic, Chi-square, o r Tzou, for 2x2 tables.
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Chi-square (for 2 x 2
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