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When carrying out a chi-square test for independence, a good check on your arithmetic in figuring the expected frequencies is to make sure that:

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A situation of no relation between variables in a contingency table is known as:

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A(n)__________ statistic reflects the overall lack of fit between the expected and observed frequencies.

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All of the following are steps in figuring the chi-square statistic EXCEPT:

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The __________ distribution is always greater than 0 and skewed to the right (most scores clumped on the left, with a tail on the right).

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In a chi-square test, the number of people in a category or cell expected or anticipated if the null hypothesis was true is known as:

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A __________ is a table in which the distributions of two nominal variables are set up so that you have the frequencies of their combinations, as well as the totals.

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A hypothesis-testing procedure that examines how well an observed frequency distribution of a single nominal variable fits some expected pattern of frequencies is a(n):

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When discussing the pattern in a contingency table, the word "independence" means:

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