Student: Stanley


[WLOs: 2, 5] [CLOs: 2, 3 5]

Prior to beginning work on this interactive learning activity, review Chapter 10 in your course textbook, pages 109 to 120 in Chapter 7 of the Jarman e-book, and the Week 2 Instructor Guidance. Also, read Chi-Square TestThe Chi-Square Test: Often Used and More Often MisinterpretedThe Chi-Square Test of IndependenceHow to Chi-Square Test (Links to an external site.), and How to Interpret Chi-Squared. (Links to an external site.) Also review the Two-Way TablesChi-Square Tests: Crash Course Statistics #29 (Links to an external site.)Chi-Square Test for Association (Independence) | AP Statistics | Khan Academy (Links to an external site.), and Chi-Square: Lecture 11 videos.

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You will complete the Chi-Square learning activity. In this learning activity, you will explain the statistical concepts involved in chi-square tests, calculate expected frequencies for a chi-square test, answer questions about features of chi-square tests, and interpret the results of a chi-square test. Note the following as you work on your activity:

  • This activity is not timed. You must score at least 75% on the learning activity to earn credit. You can retry the learning activity multiple times to reach the minimum passing score.
  • The learning activity must be completed in a single sitting. You will not have the option to pause and pick up where you left off.
  • This learning activity is worth 3% of your course grade.

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Budget: $14.00

Due on: June 21, 2020 00:00

Posted: 4 months ago.

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