Application of the chi square test - hypothesis testing, Operation Research

Application of the chi Square Test

 The  chi square distribution  has a number of applications are given  below:

a.Chi Square test of goodness of fit.

b.Chi square test for independence of attributes and.

c. Chi square test as a test of Homogeneity.

 

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