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tinfoQ 2021-11-05 Answered
Afraid to walk at night?YesNoTotalMale173598771Female393540933Total56611381704Source:2014 GSS
If the chi-square (χ2) test statistic =73.7 what is the p-value you would report? Use Table C.Remember to calculate the df first.
Group of answer choices
P>0.250
P=0.01
P<0.001
P<0.002

Right-Tail Probabilitydf0.2500.1000.0500.0250.0100.0050.00111.322.713.845.026.637.8810.8322.774.615.997.389.2110.6013.8234.116.257.819.3511.3412.8416.2745.397.789.4911.1413.2814.8618.4756.639.2411.0712.8315.0916.7520.5267.8410.6412.5914.4516.8118.5522.4679.0412.0214.0716.0118.4820.2824.32810.2213.3615.5117.5320.0921.9626.12911.3914.6816.9219.0221.6723.5927.881012.5515.9918.3120.4823.2125.1929.591113.7017.2819.6821.9224.7226.7631.261214.8518.5521.0323.3426.2228.3032.911315.9819.8122.3624.7427.6929.8234.531417.1221.0623.6826.1229.1431.3236.121518.2522.3125.0027.4930.5832.8037.701619.3732.5426.3028.8532.0034.2739.251720.4924.7727.5930.1933.4135.7240.791821.6025.9928.8731.5334.8137.1642.311922.7227.2030.1432.8536.1938.5843.822023.8328.4131.4134.1737.5740.0045.32
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Answered 2021-11-06 Author has 104 answers
Step 1
The degrey of freedom for:
Rows: =2=m
Columns: =2=n
df=(m1)(n1)
Step 2
df of χ2=(21)×(21)=1
The test statistic χ2=73.7
The P-value =0.0000<0.001
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