just create an account. For instance, if a sample size were 'n' on a chi-square test, then the number of

**degrees of freedom**to be used in**calculations**would be n - 1. To**calculate**the**degrees of freedom**for a sample size of N=9. subtract 1 from 9 (df=9-1=8).Likewise, what is the degree of freedom in chi square test?

The distribution of the

**statistic**X^{2}is chi-square with (r-1)(c-1) degrees of freedom, where r represents the number of rows in the two-way table and c represents the number of columns. The distribution is denoted (df), where df is the number of degrees of freedom.What is DF in the T table?

The

**table**entries are the critical values (percentiles) for the distribution. The column headed**DF**(**degrees of freedom**) gives the**degrees of freedom**for the values in that row. The columns are labeled by ``Percent''. Percent is distribution function - the**table**entry is the corresponding percentile.What is the degree of freedom?

In statistics, the number of

**degrees of freedom**is the number of values in the final calculation of a statistic that are free to vary. The number of independent ways by which a dynamic system can move, without violating any constraint imposed on it, is called number of**degrees of freedom**.