Question

In the chi-square test of independence, large values of the chi-square test statistic indicate a cause/effect relationship between the two categorical variables.

a. Trureb. False

1. “In the chi-square test of independence, large values of the chi-square test statistic indicate a cause/effect relationship between the two categorical variables.”
The given statement is false.
In mathematics, chi square test means the process of find if there is a significant relationship between two nominal (categorical) variables.
Here we have been given the statement, in the chi-square test of independence, large values of the chi-square test statistic indicate a cause/effect relationship between the two categorical variables.
And we need to find the statement is true or not.
According to the definition of chi square test, we know that it checks whether two variables are likely to be related or unrelated.
Here we have counts for two categorical or nominal variables.
So, there is no large value comparison take place.
Therefore, the statement given is false.
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