Given a chi-squared value of 3.455 and 6 degrees of freedom, what would be the p-value?
Explanation- In the chi square distribution table, the left column represents degree of freedom. If the degree of freedom is 6, then look for the chi square value of 3.455 in the row that corresponds to d.o.f=6. On the top of the table, is present a row of p-values that correspond to each chi square value at respective degree of freedom. The p value that's present on the top of the chi square value column is the required answer.
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