I handed in this problem to my professor and he commented that it is correct except for the chi squared calculations. I have rechecked 4 times and I get the same answer. Do you know what I did wrong?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 3, 2020, 5:13 pm ad1c9bdddf
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The following observations are recorded:
Diet A Diet B Total
Cancer 30(a) 60(b) 90 (a+b)
No Cancer 353 (c) 357(d) 710 (c+d)
Total 383 (a+c) 417(b+d) 800(a+b+c+d)
Df= (r-1)(k-1)= (2-1)(2-1)= 1
A. Assume these are prospective data.
Please formulate an appropriate null hypothesis addressing whether diet affected the development of cancer, evaluate that null hypothesis, draw conclusions, and apply statistical inference, if appropriate (show all calculations explicitly). (5 points)
Ho: cancer is independent of diet; RRcancer = 1.0; = 0.05
H1: the development of cancer will be affected by differences between diets A and B
Probability of cancer, diet A: a/(a + c) = 30/383 = 0.0783
Probability of cancer, diet B: b/(b + d) = 60/417 = 0.1439
Relative Risk ratiocancer = RRcancer = [a/(a + c)]/[b/(b + d)] = 0.0783/ 0.1439= 0.5441
Ea = [(a + ...
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