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Contingency

An additional amount or percentage added to any cash flow item (ie. Capex). Care is needed to ensure it is either to be spent or to remain as a cushion.

Contingency

A negative situation that may occur and for which one ought to prepare. For example, a company may maintain extra cash reserves to cover unexpected liabilities. See also: Cushion.
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Since the value of contingency coefficient is closer to the maximum value of contingency coefficient, we conclude that the correlation between the change in bank ownership and profitability is more intense and stronger.
However, significant differences were obtained in the perpetration of sexual aggression, with boys reporting higher rates, [chi square](1) = 12.721, p < .001, contingency coefficient = .147, but again, no differences was found in victimization where 40.8% of the boys and 42.9% of the girls reported having suffered it.
(5) Chi-square = 6.52, Contingency Coefficient = .09
(6) Chi-square = 4.87, Contingency Coefficient = .08
The contingency coefficient for the table is .174, which indicates that only about seventeen percent of the variance is explained in the relationship.
The contingency coefficient for the table is .171, which again indicates that only about seventeen percent of the variance is explained in the relationship.
The strength of the relationship between the variables is, according to the value of Phi coefficient (0.316), Cramer's coefficient (0.316) and Contingency coefficient (0.302), direct and moderate; see Table 2.
The standardized residuals increased considerably and, similarly, both of the values (Cramer's V or the contingency coefficient) revealed a very significant statistical relation.
This relation was confirmed by Pearson's chi-square test ([chi square] = 17.043, p = .000) and corroborated by the Phi statistic ([phi] = 0.288, p = .000) and the contingency coefficient (0.276, p = .000).
Treatment Male Female Mono 77 79 Poly 28 25 Chi-square 0.0771 DF 1 Significance level P = 0.7813 Contingency coefficient 0.0192 Again the p value is >.05
Nonetheless, because all tables have the same dimensions, chi-square tests and associated contingency coefficients can be compared.

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