Table 11-1 from the Chapter Problem (reproduced on the top of the next page) is a contingency table.
Table 11-1 from the Chapter Problem (reproduced on the top of the next page) is a contingency table with four rows and two columns. The cells of the table contain frequency counts. The frequency counts are the observed values and the expected values are shown in parentheses. The row variable identifies the treatment used for a stress fracture in a foot bone, and the column variable identifies the outcome as a success or failure (based on data from “Surgery Unfounded for Tarsal Navicular Stress Fracture,” by Bruce Jancin, Internal Medicine News, Vol. 42, No. 14). Refer to Table 11-1 and find the expected frequency for the cell in the first row and first column, where the observed frequency is 54. Apr 06 2022 11:33 AM
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