Chi-Squared Test for Independence

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Pearson’s chi-squared test for independence is used to test whether there is an association between categorical variables by seeing if there is a statistical difference between the expected counts against the observed. The test uses the aggregated counts of the categorical variables that summarize the data into a table called a contingency table. Like other hypothesis testings, the chi-squared test proves by disproof by first…