# The answer, finally:

So, we have a chi-square value that we calculated, called chi-square-calc (0.166) and a chi-square value that we looked up, called chi-square-crit (3.84). This supports Dilbert's hypothesis that sick days were random. So employees are probably really sick and not out fishing on those Mondays and Fridays. |
I'm from Minnesota, where real men go ice-fishing and real women laugh at them. |

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