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Question 109:

A director of a social agency is planning to hire temporaty staff to assist with intake. In making plans, the director needs to know whether there is any difference in the use of he agency at different seasons of the year. Last year there were 28 new clients in the winter, 33 in the spring, 16 in the summer, and 51 in the fall. On the basis of last year's data, should the director conclude that season make a difference? (use the .05level.) Explain your answer to a person wo has never taken a course in statistics. (this problem is like the Harter et al. example in which you are doing a chi square for a single nominal variable. It is not a chi-square test for independence and does not involve any contingency tables.

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