Statement of a problem № m40902


Chase and Dummer (1992) studied the attitudes of school-aged children in Michigan. The children were asked which of the following was most important to them: good grades, athletic ability, or popularity. Additional information about each child was also collected, and Table 10.16 shows the results for 478 children classified by sex and their response to the survey question. Test the null hypothesis that a child’s answer to the survey question is independent of his or her sex. Table 10.16 Data for Exercise 1 from Chase and Dummer (1992)

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