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1) True or False. The expected frequencies when used in a goodness of fit test are the number of observations that should fall into each class in a frequency distribution under the hypothesized probability distribution.

2) True or False. The chi-square test should not be used if the expected frequency in any cell exceeds 30.

3) Multiple Choice: The chi-square test compares the __________ frequency distribution of the data to the frequency distribution that would be __________ if the null hypothesis were __________.
a. observed, expected, true
b. observed, expected, false
c. expected, observed, true
d. expected, observed, false

4) Multiple Choice: The chi-square goodness of fit test is not recommended whenever any cell size drops below
a. 30
b. 20
c. 10
d. 5

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1) True or False The expected frequencies when used in a goodness of fit test are the number of observations that should fall into each class in a frequency distribution under the hypothesized probability distribution.

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