Suppose you conduct a test and your p-value is equal

pierdoodsu 2021-12-17 Answered
Suppose you conduct a test and your p-value is equal to 0.016. What can you conclude?
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eninsala06
Answered 2021-12-18 Author has 37 answers
From the given information, the p-value is 0.016.
Conclusion for α=0.1
Use the significance level, α=0.1
The p-value is less than the level of significance.
That is, p-value (=0.016)<α(=0.1)
Therefore, by the rejection rule, reject the null hypothesis.
Conclusion for α=0.01
The p−value is greater than the level of significance.
That is p-value (=0.016)>α(=0.01)
Therefore, by the rejection rule, do not reject the null hypothesis.
Conclusion for α=0.05
Use the significance level, α=0.05
The p-value is less than the level of significance
That is p-value (=0.016)<α(=0.005)
Therefore, by the rejection rule, reject the null hypothesis.

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Mason Hall
Answered 2021-12-19 Author has 36 answers
I got it. thanks

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