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    T F 2. The claim that "male and female students at Coastal Carolina University prefer different parking lots on campus" is an example of a chi-square null hypothesis.
    T F 3. Tests of hypotheses for nominal or ordinal levels of measurement are called nonparametric or distribution-free tests.
    T F 4. The chi-square goodness-of-fit test is appropriate for nominal and ordinal levels of data.
    T F 5. The chi-square test statistic used in a goodness-of-fit test has n1 degrees of freedom.
    T F 7. There is not one, but a family of chi-square distributions. There is a chi-square distribution for 1 degree of freedom, another for 2 degrees of freedom, another for 3 degrees of freedom, and so on.
    T F 9. The shape of the chi-square distribution depends on the size of the sample.
    T F 10. The chi-square distribution is positively skewed.
    T F 11. In a goodness-of-fit test, the sum o

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    T F 2. The claim that "male and female students at Coastal Carolina University prefer different parking lots on campus" is an example of a chi-square null hypothesis.
    T F 3. Tests of hypotheses for nominal or ordinal levels of measurement are called nonparametric or distribution-free tests.
    T F 4. The chi-square goodness-of-fit test is appropriate for nominal and ordinal levels of data.
    T F 5. The chi-square test statistic used in a goodness-of-fit test has n1 degrees of freedom.
    T F 7. There is not one, but a family of chi-square distributions. There is a chi-square distribution for 1 degree of freedom, another for 2 degrees of freedom, another for 3 degrees of freedom, and so on.
    T F 9. The shape of the chi-square distribution depends on the size of the sample.
    T F 10. The chi-square distribution is positively skewed.

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    Sure, we can help..........after you show evidence that you made an attempt.

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