Take our assessment test to assess your knowledge of the chi-square tests. The chi-square goodness of fit test that determines if a sample data matches a population and the chi-square test for independence that compares two variables in a contingency table to see if they are related.
The rows and columns are the same
The rows and columns in the table are associated
The rows and columns in the table are not associated
The rows and column are not the same
5
4
3
2
False
Maybe
True
None
Directional chi-square
One sample chi-square
Chi-square Anova
Two sample chi-square
Ratios
Scales
Ordinal
Categorical
4
6
5
7
The magnitude of the relationship between variables
The likelihood of type 1 and type 2 errors
The number of expected cases
The variance explained by the measures
Add more of the same number
Increase the sample size or combine categories
Exclude outliers
None of these
Chi-square test for independence
Chi-square test for dependence
Chi-square variable test
None of the above
C
Q
T
X2