A. Compare the Goodness of Fit Test and the Test for Independence in terms of the number of variables and levels of those that can be compared. In what ways are they similar or different?
B. Describe how the Test for Independence and correlation are similar yet different.
A. The Goodness of Fit Test compares the distribution of one categorical variable with a specified distribution and the Test for Independence checks the association between two categorical variables. In Goodness of Fit Test, the levels of the categorical variable are same as the levels given for the specified distribution but in case of Test for Independence, the levels may vary.
B. The Test for Independence and correlation both are used to find the relationship between two variables but the Test for Independence helps us to identify the relationship or association between two categorical variables on the other hand correlation measures the linear relationship between two continuous variables.
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