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    Hello, I'm doing an ISA soon and I'm pretty sure the test I have to use is Chi-Square. I'm pretty confident when it comes to conducting the test, however, I'm really confused on what to put for the "interpret your results. Use the words probability and chance in your answer" question. This is for the Chi-Square test.

    If anyone can help it'd be much appreciated.
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    (Original post by Carlie)
    Hello, I'm doing an ISA soon and I'm pretty sure the test I have to use is Chi-Square. I'm pretty confident when it comes to conducting the test, however, I'm really confused on what to put for the "interpret your results. Use the words probability and chance in your answer" question. This is for the Chi-Square test.

    If anyone can help it'd be much appreciated.
    1)Calculate your Chi-squared value
    2)From this, obtain a p-value (or some approximation) using a table.
    3)"The probability of this result occurring by chance is... cite p-value or say whether it is greater or lower than 0.05. I can therefore accept/reject the null hypothesis, frame in biological context.
 
 
 
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