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14. What does a p-value NOT tell you?a.) The size of the largest rejection region that would not contain the observed test statisticb.) The probability that the null hypothesis is true and you would observe a test statistic more extreme than the one observedc.) The highest value of for which you cannot reject the null hypothesis based on the datad.) The probability that the null hypothesis is trueAns: dLevel: ModerateSection: 3.515. You want to test the hypothesis H0: (c11+ c22) – c0= 0 and H1: (c11+ c22) – c0≠ 0
What test statistic should you use for the test?a.) )()(221102211bcbcsecbcbctb.) )()(22112211bcbcsebcbctc.))()()(2121bsebsebbtd.)seAns: aLevel: DifficultSection: 3.616. You want to test the hypothesis H0: (c11+ c22) – c0= 0 and H1: (c11+ c22) – c0If the null hypothesis is true, how will the test statistic be distributed?≠ 0 (cLevel: DifficultSection: 3.617. If you are performing a two-tailed test of significance and you find that the area to the left of |tcis .975, what is the p-value?| bLevel: EasySection: 3.518. If you are performing a left-tailed significance test and find the area to the left of |tc| is .99, what is the p-value?cLevel: ModerateSection: 3.519. When should a left-tailed significance test be used?a.) When economic theory suggests the coefficient should be positiveb.) When it allows you to reject the null hypothesis at a lower p-valuec.) When economic theory suggests the coefficient should be negatived.) When you know the true value of 2is positive.