Lecture6ChiSquareExample

- On the Chi square table pasted below look up your 2 value for the appropriate degrees of freedom In most scientic situations the standard is to

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On the Chi square table pasted below, look up your χ 2 value for the appropriate degrees of freedom. In most scientiFc situations, the standard is to reject the null hypothesis if the calculated χ 2 value is greater than the value shown in the table for p=0.05 (ie this much deviation from predicted values is seen less than 5% of the time for the null hypothesis – not very often). A large χ 2
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course MCB 160L160L taught by Professor Venkatesansundaresan during the Fall '11 term at UC Davis.

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- On the Chi square table pasted below look up your 2 value for the appropriate degrees of freedom In most scientic situations the standard is to

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