In a chi-square test, what does it indicate when the observed and expected frequencies are equal? Besides the sum=0, does it mean anything else?
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Originally Posted by dwsmith In a chi-square test, what does it indicate when the observed and expected frequencies are equal? Besides the sum=0, does it mean anything else? It means that you have a perfect fit of the observed to expected - usually this is indicative of fraud. CB
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