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1. Compute a chi-square test for goodness of fit for each of the following, using the .05
level for each. In each problem, the expected distribution is equal frequencies in each
category.
(a) 5 10 5
(b) 10 15 10
(c) 10 20 10
(d) 5 15 5

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1. Compute a chi-square test for goodness of fit for each of the following, using the .05
level for each. In each problem, the expected distribution is equal frequencies in each
category.
(a) 5 10 5
(b) 10 15 10
(c) 10 20 10
(d) 5 15 5

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You can do a chi square test at
<br>http://www.graphpad.com/quickcalcs/chisquared1.cfm?Format=C
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<br>(a)P value and statistical significance:
<br>  Chi squared equals 2.500 with 2 degrees of freedom.
<br>  The two-tailed P value equals 0.2865
<br>  By ...

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