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## Examine the output on p. 268. How would these results be reported?

## Answer:

1. The chi square value of 10.490 (DF=317) achieved an associated p value of <.001. There was a significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that there is a greater prevalence of right handedness in women with IBS.

2. The chi square value of 317 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of <.001. There was a significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that there is a greater prevalence of left handedness in women with IBS.

3. The chi square value of 10.490 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of .001. There was no significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that being left or right handed is unrelated to IBS in women.

4. The chi square value of 10.490 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of <.001. There was a significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that there is a greater prevalence of left handedness in women with IBS.

Answer: The chi square value of 10.490 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of <.001. There was a significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that there is a greater prevalence of left handedness in women with IBS.

2. The chi square value of 317 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of <.001. There was a significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that there is a greater prevalence of left handedness in women with IBS.

3. The chi square value of 10.490 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of .001. There was no significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that being left or right handed is unrelated to IBS in women.

4. The chi square value of 10.490 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of <.001. There was a significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that there is a greater prevalence of left handedness in women with IBS.

Answer: The chi square value of 10.490 (DF=1) achieved an associated p value of <.001. There was a significant difference between the expected and the observed frequencies. We can conclude that there is a greater prevalence of left handedness in women with IBS.

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