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I need help finding value (or contingency table) for Chi-squared critical value at 95% significance level when degrees of freedom is 58.

I have calculated the chi-square calculated value, and I need the critical value to know if the values are significantly different.

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Have you tried to Google it? Try to look for images "chi square table". The other thing is, that 58 is not a small amount, so maybe you are trying to find a critical value for this particular degree of freedom? That may be more complicated. First, it is not a bad idea to choose 60 instead. Second, you can still use Wolframalpha and check the percentiles table at the bottom.

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