A) How do you calculate the p value of a two tail test?
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A) How do you calculate the p value of a two tail test? For example,

if H null : p1=p2 and H1: p1 does not

equal p2 and Z = -1.5150.

I have the pvalue is 0.1298, but I don't understand how that answer came to be for this problem.

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Z = -1.5150 because it is a two tailed test so due to symmetry we need to take probabilities on both... View the full answer

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