# A job candidate at a large job fair can be classified as unacceptable, provisional, or acceptable. based on past experience, a high-quality candidate is expected to get 80 percent acceptable ratings, 15 percent provisional ratings, and 5 percent unacceptable ratings. a high-quality candidate was evaluated by 100 companies and received 60 acceptable, 25 provisional, and 15 unacceptable ratings. a chi-square goodness-of-fit-test was conducted to investigate whether the evaluation of the candidate is consistent with past experience. what is the value of the chi-square test statistic and number of degrees of freedom for the test?

A job candidate at a large job fair can be classified as unacceptable, provisional, or acceptable. based on past experience, a high-quality candidate is expected to get 80 percent acceptable ratings, 15 percent provisional ratings, and 5 percent unacceptable ratings. a high-quality candidate was evaluated by 100 companies and received 60 acceptable, 25 provisional, and 15 unacceptable ratings. a chi-square goodness-of-fit-test was conducted to investigate whether the evaluation of the candidate is consistent with past experience. what is the value of the chi-square test statistic and number of degrees of freedom for the test?

Answer: The correct answer is chisquare = 31.667, degree of freedom = 2.