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Chi-square test was done and the result are association between Gender Vs Usage of Pattern (Gaming, Social Networking) with [[chi square].sub.g] (1, N=300) = 21.150, p = 0.000004< = 0.05; [[chi square].sup.s-n] (1, N=300) = 95.016, p = 1.8886E-22 < = 0.05; and Gender Vs Effects with [[chi square].sub.e] (1, N=300) = 40.187, p = 1.6716E-10< = 0.05 was found to be statistically significant.
Table 1: Response rate from the three institutions Institutions Expected Respondents Actual Respondents % of Actual (N=124) (N=115) Respondents DELSU 40 37 92.5 UNICAL 38 36 94.7 UNIUYO 46 42 91.3 TOTAL 124 115 92.7 Table 2: Chi-square test on defining the need for information Value df Asymptotic Significance (2-sided) Pearson Chi-Square 2.235 (a) 4 .693 Likelihood Ratio 2.395 4 .664 Linear-by-Linear Association .075 1 .784 N of Valid Cases 115 (a.) 3 cells (33.3%) have expected count less than 5.
The data was analyzed using the Chi-square test (p-value 0.57) and no statistical significance was found between age and the incidence of urinary tract infection (table-I).
Association of depression with age groups was analyzed through chi-square test of association.
We applied the Z-statistics or Z-test and chi-square test or [chi square]-test in this study using the model by Nigrini (2012), which is similar to the model by Carslaw (1988), Costa et al.
The Chi-square test was applied for statistical analysis variance in the data.
On the other hand, while the PP-Fisher chi-square test rejects the null hypothesis for broad money, other tests failed to reject the null hypothesis.
To better understand the enigmatic nature of enuresis, a single sample chi-square test was performed to compare its presence among our participants versus the general adult population.
Chi-square test, t-tests, and various types of correlations; cumulatively, 133 (41.6%) original articles reported using these tests.
The significance of association between peg lateral incisors with of BDC was analyzed with the chi-square test. Twenty eight percent of subjects were found to be having peg laterals in subjects of BDC.
Most embryos at higher [O.sub.2] treatments had developed further; for example, the number of Stage 17 embryos in the atmospheric air treatment was almost doubled that of the 10% [O.sub.2] treatment, and were 10 times higher than those in the 5% [O.sub.2] treatment (chi-square test, [chi square] = 30.47, P < 0.0001).
Student's t-test, chi-square test (and Fisher exact test), and Spearman correlation analyses were performed to compare sexes, groups, and the effect of select radiographic criteria.