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If a significance test gives a P-value of 0.6, the margin of error is 0. the null hypothesis is very likely to be true. we do not have good evidence...

If a significance test gives a P-value of 0.6, 


the margin of error is 0.6.

the null hypothesis is very likely to be true.

we do not have good evidence against the null hypothesis.

we do have good evidence against the null hypothesis.

the effect of interest is practically significant.

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