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    Chi-Square Test for Help-Seeking Behavior of Different Classes

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    Conduct Chi Square Tests of Significance for the following analyses conducted by a counselor to determine help-seeking behavior across gender and social class of the clients in his clinic. Use the five-step model of hypothesis testing for each analysis.

    Help-Seeking Behavior | Lower Class | Working Class | Middle Class | Upper Class
    Often or Always | 7 | 161 | 241 | 24
    Sometimes | 28 | 340 | 301 | 20
    Never | 34 | 138 | 112 | 4

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    Chi square test
    Conduct Chi Square Tests of Significance for the following analyses conducted by a counselor to determine help-seeking behavior across gender and social class of the clients in his clinic. Use the five-step model of hypothesis testing for each analysis.

    Help-Seeking Behavior
    Lower Class Working Class Middle Class Upper Class
    Often or Always 7 161 241 24
    Sometimes 28 340 301 20
    Never 34 138 112 4
    Answer

    The null hypothesis tested is

    H0 : There is no ...

    Solution Summary

    Step by step method for testing the hypothesis under 5 step approach is discussed here. Excel template for each problem is also included. This template can be used to obtain the answers of similar problems.

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