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Statistics - Hypothesis Test

Research has demonstrated that involvement in religious activities seems to benefit health and well-being. Reyes-Ortiz, Ayele, Mulligan, Espino, Berges, and Markides (2006) found that church attendance was significantly related to fear of falling in a sample of Mexican-American aged 70 and over. The following frequency distribution represents data similar to the results obtained in the study. Do the data indicate a significant relationship between church attendance and fear of falling? Test at the ..05 level of significance.

Fear of Falling
No Fear Somewhat Afraid Fairly Afraid Very Afraid

Church 51 68 52 29 200

No Church 15 28 29 28 100
N = 300

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