Chi-Square Test tests for association between two categorical variables Chi-Square Test performs two types of functions goodness of fit Chi-Square Test performs two types of functions test of independence Chi-Square Test frequency numbers should be significant Chi-Square Test frequency numbers should be at least above 5 Chi-Square Test frequency numbers should be categorical counts Chi-Square Test frequency numbers should not be percentages Chi-Square Test frequency numbers should not be

This gallery was created during the Corn Genetics and Chi Square Analysis Lab. Students counted the number of purple and yellow kernels, counted the number of smooth and shrunken kernels and then used a chi square analysis to show that a 9:3:3:1 ratio was evident. These pictures can also be substituted for real corn.

Advice and worksheets for teaching AP biology students how to perform a chi square analysis, which includes a powerpoint presentation, activities with corn and

The Chi-Square Statistic Formula and How to Use It

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