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    In a chi-square goodness-of-fit test when there is close agreement between the observed frequency and the expected frequency, the chi-square test value will be small.


    And please explain why it's true or false so i can understand. =)

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    Answer is true because the test statistics of chi-squares is the difference of observed value and expected value. Please see below for more ...

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