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Unformatted text preview: Therefore we conclude there is not enough statistical significance to infer the alternative hypothesis is true a. p value = .1151 b. p value = .0228 c. p value = .0000 d. As the sample size increases the pvalue decreases. a. p value = .2743 b. p value = .1587 c. p value = .0013 d. As the standard deviation decreases the pvalue decreases as well. a. p value = .3174 b. p value = .0456 c. p value = .0026 d. As the value of the sample mean increases the pvalue decreases. a. p value = .2113 b. p value = .3768 c. p value = .5762 d. As the sample size decreases the pvalue increases. a. p value = .0000 b. p value = .0228 c. p value = .1587 d.As the standard deviation increases the pvalue increases as well. a. p value = .0013 b. p value = .0228 c. p value = .1587 d. As the sample mean decreases the pvalue increases....
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course WCOB 1033 taught by Professor Jensen during the Spring '10 term at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
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