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Questions: BIRDD Lab Part 2

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For Data Set 1, Body Length Data 1, the calculations have already been provided for you. Which of the following statements
correctly explains the relationship between the F-value, the p-value, and the null hypothesis?
O The F-value is likely higher than the critical F-value. This resulted in a low p-value. This low p-value means that there is
not a significant difference between the populations in body length. Therefore, the null hypothesis should be accepted.
O The F-value is likely lower than the critical F-value. This resulted in a low p-value. This low p-value means that there is
not a significant difference between the populations in body length. Therefore, the null hypothesis should be accepted.
O The F-value is likely lower than the critical F-value. This resulted in a low p-value. This low p-value means that there is
a significant difference between the populations in body length. Therefore, the null hypothesis should be rejected.
The F-value is likely higher than the critical F-value. This resulted in a low p-value. This low p-value means that there is
a significant difference between the populations in body length. Therefore, the null hypothesis should be rejected.
O The F-value is likely higher than the critical F-value. This resulted in a low p-value. This low p-value means that there is
a significant difference between the populations in body length. Therefore, the null hypothesis should be accepted.

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