What does a p-value mean in the context of a chi-squared test?Statistics Chi-Square Procedures Chi-Square Tests for Independence and Homogeneity
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The p-value or probability is the area under the Chi-square distribution usually to the right of the test statistic (one-tailed) . But, it could sometimes be a two-tailed test.
If the p-value lies completely within the critical area (for example#alpha=0.05#), the event is considered to be very unusual . If you were testing a hypothesis under these conditions, you would reject the null hypothesis.
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