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Chapter 11 / Exercise 1
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j)Attach the SPSS output.Health condition limits R working * BMI category CrosstabulationBMI categoryTotalNormal,BMI < 25Overweight,BMI 25-30Obese,BMI 30-40Morbidlyobese, BMI>40Health condition limits R workingNoCount22719919943668Expected Count215.1188.2202.762.0668.0% within Healthcondition limits R working34.0%29.8%29.8%6.4% 100.0%% within BMI category72.8%72.9%67.7%47.8%68.9%Adjusted Residual1.81.7-.6-4.6YesCount85749547301Expected Count96.984.891.328.0301.0
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% within Healthcondition limits R working28.2%24.6%31.6%15.6% 100.0%% within BMI category27.2%27.1%32.3%52.2%31.1%Adjusted Residual-1.8-1.7.64.6TotalCount31227329490969Expected Count312.0273.0294.090.0969.0% within Healthcondition limits R working32.2%28.2%30.3%9.3% 100.0%% within BMI category100.0%100.0%100.0%100.0% 100.0%Chi-Square TestsValuedfAsymptoticSignificance(2-sided)Pearson Chi-Square23.153a3.000Likelihood Ratio21.7393.000Linear-by-Linear Association14.3161.000N of Valid Cases969a. 0 cells (0.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected count is 27.96.Symmetric MeasuresValueApproximateSignificanceNominal by NominalPhi.155.000Cramer's V.155.000N of Valid Cases969

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