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The frequency measures the number of times an event occurs in a data set.

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settled on the chi-squared test. Here's what I'm doing: I have a sample size $N$ of rolls. On a dC, where $C$ is the number of sides, the expected frequency for each roll 1 thru $C$ is $\frac{N}{C}$. Then … case: Take a d4, and assume each face was rolled equally 1500 times. Compute the chi-squared value for this, with each face and an expected frequency of 1500 Compute the chi squared distribution …
asked May 8 '13 by Aza