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Statistics - Hypothesis Testing - Chi-square

Recognize a contingency table (cross-tabulation of frequencies).
Find degrees of freedom and use the chi-square table of critical values.
Perform a chi-square test for independence on a contingency table.
Perform a goodness-of-fit (GOF) test for a uniform distribution.
Explain the GOF test for a Poisson distribution.
Use computer software to perform a chi-square GOF test for normality.
State advantages of ECDF tests as compared to chi-square GOF tests.

15.1 CHI-SQUARE TEST FOR INDEPENDENCE

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Figure 15.1 Various chi-square distributions

TABLE 15.3 Table of Expected Frequencies

Figure 15.2 Critical value of chi-square from Appendix E

Figure 15.3 Right-tailed chi-square test for ν = 6

Figure 15.4 MegaStat's chi-square test for Web page data

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15.3 Students applying for admission to an MBA program must submit scores from the GMAT test, which includes a verbal and a quantitative component.

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15.5 Marketing researchers prepared an advance notification card announcing an upcoming mail survey and describing the purpose of their research. Half the target customers received the prenotification, followed by the survey.

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