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Although the chi-square homogeneity test and the chi-square independence test use essentially the same basic procedure, the context of the two tests are quite different. Explain the difference.

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1 of 2The chi-square independence test is used to test for an association between two variables within the same population.

The chi-square homogeneity test is used to test for a difference in the distribution of one variable among two or more populations.

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