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    Please provide some examples of the t test and the chi sq test used in one study; the study does not matter, just need examples.

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    Chi-square checks to see if the proportion of participants in the sample matches a hypothesized or previously known proportion or if the proportion among outcomes is due to chance.

    A t-test generally if the result is different from a particular value (often zero).

    So, a t-test is going to check two numbers against each other (with no classifications involved). A chi-square test is more about classification. Are the proportion in one class higher or lower than another.

    For example, let's say you think that woman are more likely to want a color Nook ...

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    The solution provides a discussion in everyday language suitable for novice regarding chi square examples including a chart.

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