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Mathematics
Statistics
A If an observed count is 3 and the expected
A If an observed count is 3 and the expected
a. If an observed count is 3 and the expected count is 8.61, is there any problem with going ahead with a chi-squared test?
b. If an observed count is 8 and the expected count is 3.29, is there any problem with going ahead with a chi-squared test?
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