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Math Help - How to find Power of Chi Square test?

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    How to find Power of Chi Square test?

    If I have

    N = 107

    DataSet1:
    69,7
    31,0

    The power value for chi square test is 0.86809.

    I want to know the exact steps for this calculation..

    Another example is
    N = 107

    DataSet 2:
    .......Column1,Column2
    Row1:47,20
    Row2:38,2

    The power value for chi square test is 0.41613.

    Please explain all steps of calculation and the formula..
    I need to apply the method to other datasets..

    Thanks in advance.
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    clarification of the question

    What do you mean by this "power value". Is it the Chuprov correlation coefficient, which is a measure of the explanatory properties between the two variables?
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