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# 4 260 137 523 380 377 chi square goodness of t test

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Unformatted text preview: 0.211 194 = freq(a1)2 = freq(a2)2 = freq(a3)2 =2*freq(a1)*freq(a2) =2*freq(a1)*freq(a3) =2*freq(a2)*freq(a3) 0.136 0.134 0.070 0.270 0.196 0.194 what are the expected genotype numbers? a1a1 a2a2 a3a3 a1a2 a1a3 a2a3 genotype a1a1 a2a2 a3a3 a1a2 a1a3 a2a3 total # individuals frequency 11 0.057 15 0.077 6 0.031 71 0.366 50 0.258 41 0.211 194 =freq(a1)2*194 =freq(a2)2*194 =freq(a3)2*194 =2*freq(a1)*freq(a2)*194 =2*freq(a1)*freq(a3)*194 =2*freq(a2)*freq(a3)*194 26.4 26.0 13.7 52.3 38.0 37.7 chi- square goodness of ﬁt test genotype observed # expected # (o- e) (o- e)^2 [(o- e)^2]/e a1a1 11 26.4 - 15.4 235.68 8.94 a2a2 15 26.0 - 11.0 120.66 4.64 a3a3 6 13.7 - 7.7 58.85 4.30 a1a2 71 52.3 18.7 348.38 6.66 a1a3 50 38.0 12.0 144.93 3.82 a2a3 41 37.7 3.3 10.92 0.29 28.66 total chi- square how many degrees of freedom •  for a chi- square goodness of...
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