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Chi Square Test

Chi Square Test

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STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

CHI-SQUARE TEST:
STATISTICAL TOOLS: Chi-square test:
Chi- square test is used is infer whether the gender and job match with their qualification

TABLE 5.20: Table showing the relationship between the gender and job match with their qualification. GENDER VS JOB MATCH WITH THEIR QUALIFICATION
Observed Frequency:

Gender/job Male Female Total
Source: Primary data

Yes 25 11 36

No 26 7 33

Total 51 18 69

Chi-square test: To determine whether there is a significant relationship H0: There is a no significant relationship between the gender and job match with their qualification. H1: There is a significant relationship between the gender and job match with their qualification. Expected Frequency:
Factors Below 25 26-30 31-35 36 & above Total Fair 1.17 2.8 2.1 0.93 7 Satisfactory 10.5 25.2 18.9 8.4 63 Good 9.5 22.8 17.1 7.6 57 Excellent 3.83 9.2 6.55 3.07 23 Total 25 60 45 20 150

OBSERVED FREQUENCY(O) 25 26 11 7 69

EXPECTED FREQUENCY(E) 26.61 24.39 09.39 8.61 69

(O-E)

(O-E)2

(O-E)2/E

1.61 -1.16 -1.61 1.61 0

2.5921 2.5921 2.5921 2.5921 10.368

0.110 0.106 0.314 0.301 0.831

Degrees of Freedom: r = no. of rows c = no. of columns (r ± 1) (c ± 1) = (2-1)(2-1) =1 Degrees of freedom at 5% level of significance is 16.919 Table value G2 =16.919 Calculated value = 7.414 Therefore Table value > Calculated value So, Hypothesis H1 is accepted Conclusion: Hence, there is a significant relationship between age and creativity.

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