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The Chi-Square Statistic formula is: with the degrees of freedom ( df) = ( R -1)( C -1) with R = the number of rows and C = to the number of columns....

The Chi-Square Statistic formula is:  with the degrees of freedom (df) = (R-1)(C-1) with R = the number of rows and C = to the number of columns. 

Test the Ho below:

Ho: There is no significance difference in the number of males and females who graduated from North Dakota higher education institutions with (AA Degrees, BS or BA Degrees, MS Degrees, and PhD or EdD Degrees.

SPSSwas used to compute a Chi-Square value and you had a gender as the row variable (male and female) and college degree as the column variable (AA Degree, BS or BA Degree, MS Degree, and PhD or EdD Degree). 

If the result was Chi-Square value = 6.89, would you ACCEPT or REJECT the Ho at the .05 level of significance?

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