Create a research hypothesis in your area of study that would be answered using a chi square test of independence. Please list the question and then provide your answer right below each question. Include the following;1.Introduction: Brief description of the study including the purpose and importance of the research question being asked.;2.What is the null hypothesis? What is the research hypothesis?;3.Participants/Sampling Method: Describe your sampling method. What is your sample size? Who is your population of interest? How representative is the sample of the population under study?;4.Data Analysis: Describe the statistical analysis (e.g., what are the assumptions, what information does a chi square give us, etc.). (HINT: This should be a chi square test of independence). What is your IV? What is your DV? What level of measurement (nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio) are your IV and DV? What is your alpha level?;5.Results & Discussion: Did you reject the null hypothesis? What information did you use to lead you to your conclusion? Was your p value greater than or less than your alpha? NOTE: You can just make up numbers, but include your made-up p value.
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