Whether the provided P-values are statistically significant or not.

Cheyanne Leigh 2020-12-15 Answered
Whether the provided P-values are statistically significant or not.
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Theodore Schwartz
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Calculation: Bonferroni procedure is a method in which more than one significance tests areperformed in statistical significance. If k tests are being performed at a level of significance then the Bonferroni procedure is: Cut-off =ak Where, Now, substitute the values in the above formula to determine the cut-off for statistical significance. Conclusion: To make the test statistically significant, the provided P-values should be less than the new obtained P-value. From the above solution, it can be seen that the values 0.003 and < 0,001 are less than 0.0083. Hence, the P-values 0.003 and < 0.001 will allow the rejection of the null hypotheses.

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