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May 2nd, 2009, 12:22 PM   #1
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URGENT help involving Chi squared test!

Hello, I am doing a chi squared test for a project due soon and everything is fine, except for one thing....for one of my rows the expected value is zero!...and the equation is (O-E)^2/E...but I can't divide it by zero because that will give infinity...so what do I do if the expected value is zero? not include it in the summation?.....

Help is greatly appreciated!
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