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    Chi Squared?

    Hi everyone Im really sorry if I've posted in the wrong section but I didn't have a clue where to post this!
    Anyway I've been given an assessment in which I have to use chi squared but I haven't got a clue how to do it! I've asked the teacher as I wasn't there when she explained it and apparently she has no time to tell me so this is my only hope!
    I've tried reading up on google but the sites tell you different things and in complicated ways!
    So could anyone please tell me step by step how to do the chi squared test please?
    Thank youu
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomting View Post
    Hi everyone Im really sorry if I've posted in the wrong section but I didn't have a clue where to post this!
    Anyway I've been given an assessment in which I have to use chi squared but I haven't got a clue how to do it! I've asked the teacher as I wasn't there when she explained it and apparently she has no time to tell me so this is my only hope!
    I've tried reading up on google but the sites tell you different things and in complicated ways!
    So could anyone please tell me step by step how to do the chi squared test please?
    Thank youu
    Getting a copy of the class notes from a reliable student who was present would be a good idea.

    The test ought to be explained in your textbook as well.

    There is a link that might help in post #4 here: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tribution.html

    Perhaps you should explain to your teacher that she has a professional duty to find the time to help you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    Getting a copy of the class notes from a reliable student who was present would be a good idea.

    The test ought to be explained in your textbook as well.

    There is a link that might help in post #4 here: http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tribution.html

    Perhaps you should explain to your teacher that she has a professional duty to find the time to help you.
    Thank you for the reply I'll look at the link now
    We don't have a textbook as I do BTEC applied science and we haven't been told to get any. The other students notes have been handed in with their assignments as it goes towards their grade so I couldn't read them either
    Thank you again for the reply
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