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The question is: As a result of chi-square test

result, can you state that significantly fewer subjects reported pain relief with Tylenol as compared to the experimental medication?

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A clinical trial is conducted comparing a new (investigational) analgesic drug to one already
on the market (Tylenol) for arthritis pain. Participants were randomly assigned to only one
of the two treatment groups and the outcome was self-reported pain relief within 30
minutes. The 2 x 2 crosstab analysis with SPSS produced the following results:
Chi-Square Tests
Asymp. Sig. (2-
Exact Sig. (2-
Exact Sig. (1-
Value
of
sided)
sided)
sided)
Pearson Chi-Square
11.161a
001
Continuity Correction
10.212
001
Likelihood Ratio
11.349
001
Fisher's Exact Test
001
001
Linear-by-Linear
Association
11.115
001
N of Valid Cases
240
a. 0 cells (0.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected count is 32.50

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