Suppose you conduct a test and your p-value turns out to be

kuhse4461a 2021-12-11 Answered
Suppose you conduct a test and your p-value turns out to be 0.08. What can you conclude?
Reject Ho at α=0.05 but not at α=0.10
a) Reject Ho at α=0.05 but not at α=0.10
b) Reject Ho at α=0.01 but not at α=0.05
c) Reject Ho at α=0.10 but not at α=0.05
d) Reject Ho at alpha equal to 0.10,0.05, and 0.01
e) Do not reject Ho at α equal to 0.10,0.05, or 0.01
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GaceCoect5v
Answered 2021-12-12 Author has 26 answers
If a p-value is less than α equal to significance level (α), then we reject null hypothesis.
Case 1 - if α=0.05
We fail to reject H0 (Null Hypothesis)
Case 2 - if α=0.01
We fail to reject H0
Case 3 - if α=0.10
So, the correct option is,
c) Reject Ho at α=0.10 but not at α=0.05
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