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# ?True or False: The chi-square distribution is symmetric.

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True or False: The chi-square distribution is symmetric.

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Step 1 of 5) The chi-square distribution is symmetric. CAUTION! For relative frequency marginal distributions (such as in Table 11), row or column totals might not sum exactly to 1 due to rounding. To describe the association between two categorical variables, relative frequencies must be used because there are different numbers of observations for the categories. Use the Conditional Distribution to Identify Association among Categorical Data As we look at the information in Tables 10 and 11, we might ask whether a higher level of education is associated with a higher likelihood of being employed.

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