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- 1. Multiple-choice30 seconds1 ptWhich significance level

(column) do you look at when finding the critical value?.50.10.05.01 - 2. Multiple-choice30 seconds1 ptHow do you find degrees of freedom?one less than the possible genotypesone less than the possible phenotypestotal number divided 2total number times 2
- 3. Multiple-choice30 seconds1 ptHow do you find critical value?where degrees of freedom lines up with significance levelwhere significance level lines up with chi-squarethe difference between total and chi-squaredegrees of freedom minus significance level
- 4. Multiple-choice5 minutes1 ptHow do you find the expected number?ratio from punnett square multiplied to totalratio from punnett square divided by totalratio from punnett square multiplied by observed numberratio from punnett square minus observed number
- 5. Multiple-choice5 minutes1 ptObserved in the wild are 10 circles, 20 squares and 30 triangles. The ratio for this particular population is 2:3:5

observed: 10 circles expected:

observed 20 squares expected : 18

observed 30 triangles expected: 30

What is the expected number for circles?6121824 - 6. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 ptObserved in the wild are 10 circles, 20 squares and 30 triangles. The ratio for this particular population is 2:3:5

observed: 10 circles expected: 12

observed 20 squares expected : 18

observed 30 triangles expected: 30

What is the degrees of freedom?1234 - 7. Multiple-choice5 minutes1 ptObserved in the wild are 10 circles, 20 squares and 30 triangles. The ratio for this particular population is 2:3:5

observed: 10 circles expected: 12

observed 20 squares expected : 18

observed 30 triangles expected: 30

What is the critical value?3.8415.9917.8159.488 - 8. Multiple-choice5 minutes1 ptObserved in the wild are 10 circles, 20 squares and 30 triangles. The ratio for this particular population is 2:3:5

observed: 10 circles expected: 12

observed 20 squares expected : 18

observed 30 triangles expected: 30

What is the X^{2}of this problem?.22.33.44.55 - 9. Multiple-choice2 minutes1 ptObserved in the wild are 10 circles, 20 squares and 30 triangles. The ratio for this particular population is 2:3:5

observed: 10 circles expected: 12

observed 20 squares expected : 18

observed 30 triangles expected: 30

Would you accept or reject?acceptreject