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The following 3 questions (Q1 to Q3) are based onthe information below:A survey of Ohio University students was conducted to determine if there was a particular ‘Green’ that was desired by students to live on. A sample of 120 students responses are reproduced below. Do students prefer a particular ‘Green’? Use critical value = 5.99.West GreenSouth GreenEast Green402060Q1:What are the expectedvalues?Q2:What is the calculated chi-squared value?Q3:Was there a significant preference for where students live?A.YesB.NoThe following 3 questions (Q4 to Q6) are based on the information below:A local sports bar wanted to determine whether Ohio University students prefer a particular type of food in their establishment. A sample of 100 students responses are reproduced below. Do students prefer a particular type of bar food? Use critical value = 7.82.NatchosPizzaChicken WingsCheese Sticks30203515Q4:What are the expectedvalues?Q5:What is the calculated chi-squared value?Q6:Was there a significant preference for what students eat in a sports bar?A.YesB.NoThe following 8 questions (Q7 to Q14) are based on the information below:The following data comes from “The Impact of AIDS on Gender Differences in Willingness to Engage in Casual Sex” by Russell Clark, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Vol. 20, No.9, pp.771-782. In this study researchers were interested in gender differences in willingness to engage in casual sex. Both males and females were approached by opposite sex confederates and asked one of the three questions: “I have been noticing you around campus. I find you to be very attractive.” Then the confederate asked one of these three questions: “Would you go out with me tonight?” “Would you come over to my apartment tonight?”

“Wouldyou go to bed with me tonight?” The type of question was randomly determined for each request. Test for a relationship between gender and compliance with each request. Interpret your findings. The results for the first two questions are as follows: DateYesNoMale142Female610There are four total expected values:Q7:What are the expectedvalues for ‘male-yes’ and ‘female-yes’ (they should be the same)?Q8:What are the expectedvalues for ‘male-no’ and ‘female-no’ (they should be the same)?Q9:What is the calculated chi-squared value?Q10:Using a critical value of 3.84, was there a significant relationship between gender and compliance?A.YesB.NoApartmentYesNoMale88Female610There are four total expected values:Q11:What are the expectedvalues for ‘male-yes’ and ‘female-yes’ (they should be the same)?Q12:What are the expectedvalues for ‘male-no’ and ‘female-no’ (they should be the same)?Q13:What is the calculated chi-squared value?Q14:Using a critical value of 3.84, was there a significant relationship between gender and compliance? A yes B.no