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When evaluating a chi-square test, describe the importance of the goodness of fit test. Provide an example and explain how the test is used to evaluate the data.

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When evaluating a chi-square test, describe the importance of
the goodness of fit test. Provide an example and explain how the
test is used to evaluate the data.
april 2019 - 150 - 200 words, typed if possible

For each of the following examples, state whether the chi-square
goodness-of-fit test or the chi-square test for independence is
appropriate, and state the degrees of freedom (df) for the
test.
Part (a)
A student tests whether the professor's speaking style (monotone,
dynamic) and student interest (low, average, high) are
independent.
State whether the chi-square goodness-of-fit test or the chi-square
test for independence is appropriate.
chi-square goodness-of-fitchi-square test for
independence
State the degrees of freedom for the test.
df =
Part...

The same formula is used to calculate the chi-square statistic
in the chi-square test for goodness-of-fit and the chi-square test
of independence. Which calculation differs along the way for these
two tests?

*4.) For each of the following examples, state whether the
chi-square goodness-of-fit test or the chi-square test for
independence is appropriate, and state the degrees of freedom
(df) for the test.
Part (a)
An instructor tests whether class attendance (low, average, high)
and grade point average (low, average, high) are independent.
State whether the chi-square goodness-of-fit test or the chi-square
test for independence is appropriate.
chi-square goodness-of-fitchi-square test for
independence
State the degrees of freedom for the test.
df =...

A chi-square test for goodness of fit is used to examine the
distribution of individuals across four categories, and a
chi-square test for independence is used to examine the
distribution of individuals across the six categories in a 2×3
matrix of categories. Which test has the larger value for df?
a. The test for goodness of fit
b. Both tests have the same df value.
c. The test for independence
d. The df value depends on the sizes of...

what are one of the main characteristics of chi Square
analysis Goodness-to-fit test? What type of research instrument
would be a great fit for Chi Square analysis Goodness-to-fit
test?

Is
the critical region for the Chi-Square Goodness of Fit test one- or
two- sided? If it is one-sided, to which side? Why?

The
chi-square goodness-of-fit test is used to determine whether
observed frequencies significantly deviate from expected
frequencies. In most instances, the researcher hopes to find a
significant result (indicating that the observations deviate from
expectations), which would provide some evidence for a treatment
effect.
• Share an example of a situation in which the researcher
might hope for a non-significant result. Be sure to state why they
would hope for such a result.
(Type Answer & Explain your example)

For a chi-square goodness-of-fit test,
what is the number of degrees of freedom, if the number of
categories in the distribution is 9? ______________
what is the critical value for a 1% level of significance?
_____________

Practice finding degrees of freedom for a Chi-square test.
Goodness of fit
categories - 1
Independence
(rows -1)( columns -1)
Homogeneity
categories -1
Variance
n-1
To look up a p-value for Chi-Square test you need to know the
degrees of freedom.
A goodness of fit test has 7 categories. What degrees of freedom
do you use?
A test for homogeneity has 9 categories. What is the degrees of
freedom, d.f.?
A test for independence has 3 rows and 9 columns....

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