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Feedback: Read the question and answer choices very carefully. Part 5 of 6 ­ 1.0/ 1.0 Points Question 5 of 61.0/ 1.0 PointsAn instructor was interested in seeing if there was a difference in the average amount of time that men andwomen anticipate studying for an Introduction to Statistics course in the summer. A group of men and womenwere randomly selected from the University of Florida. The Minitab results are below. What is the bestinterpretation of the results below?Difference = mu (F) ­ mu (M)T­Test of difference = 0 (vs not =): T­Value = 0.23 P­Value = 0.817 DF = 46 A.With a p­value of 0.817, there is no statistically significant evidence of a difference in averageanticipated amount of time studying between the men and women.B.With a p­value of 0.817, there is statistically significant evidence of a difference in average anticipatedamount of time studying between men and women.C.With a p­value of 0.23, there is no statistically significant evidence of a difference in average anticipatedamount of time studying between men and women.D.We are 23% confidence that there is no statistically significant difference between the anticipated studytime between men and women for this course.E.With a p­value of 0.23, there is statistically significant evidence of a difference in average anticipatedamount of time studying between men and women.F.We are 81.7% confidence that there is no statistically significant difference between the anticipated studytime between men and women for this course. Feedback:
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5/7/2015 Quiz 10 ­ Spring 3/3 Remember:"p­value < alpha Reject Ho" and"p­value > alpha Fail to Reject Ho."The alternative hypothesis statement is given in the output: "T­Test of difference = 0 (vs not =)".
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