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# Chi square test for association

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Excel (Hypothesis Testing 2)

In a survey for its advertisers, a newspaper chain randomly sampled 100 readers of each of its 3 major newspapers, with the results in the attached Excel file.

Social Class Newspaper 1 Newspaper 2 Newspaper 3
Poor 31 11 12
Lower Middle Class 49 59 51
Middle Class 18 26 31
Rich 2 4 6

The researchers are interested in determining whether there is an association between social class and type of newspaper.

A. State the null and alternative hypotheses
B. Use the appropriate statistical test to test your hypothesis

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Excel (Hypothesis Testing 2)

In a survey for its advertisers, a newspaper chain randomly sampled 100 readers of each of its 3 major newspapers, with the results in the attached excel file.
The researchers are interested in determining whether there is an association between social class and type of newspaper.

A. State the null and alternative hypotheses
The null hypothesis tested is
H0: There is no association between social class and type of newspaper.
The alternative hypothesis is
H1: There is an association between social class and type of newspaper.

B. ...

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