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    Help:Chi-Square Test of Independence

    Guys i need help on this, please show me how you complete the table. the file has been attached. Thank you
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    I haven't done one of these in years.
    But the idea is if they are independent P(AB)=P(A)P(B).
    So you obtain the marginal empircal probabilities and see how far we
    deviate from that via a goodness of fit test.
    I'll do an online search for this.

    Yea it's here... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearson's_chi-square_test
    Look at ...Test of independence
    The EXPECTED value in the first cell is {(54)(66)\over 183}
    Do that for all your cells and obtain the approximate chi-square test.
    The dfs is (3-1)(3-1)=4
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    Quote Originally Posted by datboiantonio View Post
    Guys i need help on this, please show me how you complete the table. the file has been attached. Thank you
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