STATISTICS QUESTION
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if i have x^2 = 20.303 with 9 degrees of freedom and a significance level of .05 how do i figure out the Pvalue and by X^2 i mean chi square

Look at a X^2 table in the back of your statistics text.

Using the definition of recovery provided in W1: Assignment 5, determine how many participants recovered at the end of posttreatment and use a chisquare analysis to compare recovery rates across the three treatments at both posttreatment and followup. CBT Post treatment follow up 8, 11, 4 7, 8,0 PSY 15,15,14 10,8,11 Supp 24,17,24 24,15,26
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