TWO WAY CHI SQUARE GSS Year and Religion

TWO WAY CHI SQUARE GSS Year and Religion - calculate f e ....

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TWO WAY CHI SQUARE You have the following data regarding GSS Year for this respondent (Only Catholics) GSS YEAR Confidence in Org Religion 2000 2006 Total A great deal 144 148 Only some 242 250 Hardly any 60 88 Total Null Hypothesis: Research Hypothesis: Compute a Chi Square test of significance Formula for Chi Square Chi Square f e = expected frequencies = e e o f f f 2 2 ) ( χ f o = observed frequencies For Two way f e = (column total)(row total) N (two way) df = (r – 1)(c – 1) r = the number of rows c = the number of columns You will create a table again to calculate the chi square for a two way test, the main difference here is how you
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Unformatted text preview: calculate f e . Cell f o f e f o-f e (f o-f e ) 2 (f o-f e ) 2 /f e Upper left 144 Upper right 148 Middle left 242 Middle right 250 Lower left 60 Lower right 88 SUM for X 2 What are your degrees of freedom? Df=(r-1)(c-1)= What is your critical value from the Chi Square table? (How far to the right can we get?) For which levels of significance? What does this tell us about our calculated Chi Square and our population? What can we say about the null hypothesis?...
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