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1. Calculate a value of lambda using the data from last week concerning the news networks and the reporting practices. Compare your resulting lambda

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1. Calculate a value of lambda using the data from last week concerning the news networks and the reporting practices. Compare your resulting lambda to the resulting chi-square from last week. Do both statistics lead you to same conclusion regarding the association between the news networks and the reporting practices ? 2. Please submit your solution (step-by-step calculations ), and the conclusion, at the 95% level of confidence, to the Lesson 8 Lambda drop box. News Network # of negative stories about Democrats in first 6 months of 2006 # of negative stories about Republicans in first 6 months of 2006 Totals Fox News 266 255 521 MSNBC 302 325 627 CNN 283 298 581 ABC 211 230 441 CBS 275 291 566 Totals 1337 1399 2736 H a : The major news networks favor one political party over the other in their reporting practices. H o : The major news networks do not favor one political party over the other in their reporting practices.
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