The two-tailed P value is 1 (About 1 probability on 1) By conventional criteria, this difference is considered to be NOT statistically significant. |

The P value answers this question: If the theory that generated the expected values were correct, what is the probability of observing such a large discrepancy (or larger) between observed and expected values? A small P value is evidence that the data are not sampled from the distribution you expected. |

12 | 0,000960359692284076 | |

13 | 0,0124846759996929 | |

14 | 0,0642069051412777 | |

15 | 0,172645233824325 | |

16 | 0,269758177850507 | |

17 | 0,257063675363424 | |

18 | 0,152334029844992 | |

19 | 0,0561230636271027 | |

20 | 0,0126276893160981 | |

21 | 0,00167032927461615 | |

22 | 0,000121478492699356 | |

23 | 4,3213693055107E-06 |