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    Hello I need help in understanding the Critical Value and the Chi-Squared Distribution table....
    How do you describe the first row and the first column of the Critical value and the Chi-Squared Distribution table?? and what are its content mean to you?
    and I would appreciate if you could explain with an example...

    Thanks a lot for the help...

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    The rows of a chi-square table are the degrees of freedom.
    That just distinguishes which density you are observing.

    A \chi^2_v=\Gamma(v/2,2) random variable.

    The columns just tell you the probablity of a \chi^2_v random variable exceeding that value.
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