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Unformatted text preview: chi-square distribution: The theoretical distribution of chi-square values that would be obtained if the null hypothesis was true. chi-square test for goodness of fit: A test that uses the proportions found in sample data to test a hypothesis about the corresponding proportions in the general population. chi-square test for independence: A test that uses the frequencies found in sample data to test a hypothesis about the relationship between two variables in the population. phi-coefficient: A correlational measure of relationship when both variables consist of exactly two categories. A measure of effect size for the test for independence. Cramrs V: A modification of the phi-coefficient to be used when one or both variables consist of more than two categories....
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- Spring '11