Chi Sqaure test Watch

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I'm familiar with how to do a Chi Square test, but this question seems to be different to others I've done and I'm not sure what to do.

I've been given data on 5 variables

max temp Min Air Frost rain sun
18.2oC 8.5oC 1 87mm 95hours

These are mean values for next year, and I'm asked to use a Chi sqaure test to assess the data I have for the previous ten years and check for a difference.

How would I create totals if each variable is different? Can someone just point me in the right direction

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