Do the following for the specified one-mean t-test. Use a t-table to estimate the P-value. Based on your estimate in part, state at which significance levels the mull hypothesis can be rejected, at which significance levels it cannot be rejected, and at which significance levels it is not possible to decide. Right-tailed test, n = 23, and t = 2.232
A P value for a right tailed test is the probability that the test statistic is greater than the test statistic originally achieved using the sample data, assuming the null hypothesis is true. If this is greater than the level of significance, the null hypothesis is not rejected.
Answer and Explanation:
Type of test: Right tailed one mean t test
Sample size (n) = 23
Test statistic (t) = 2.232
The right tailed P value is...
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When is a number so much bigger or smaller than another that it should raise some eyebrows? Tests of significance help make such determinations. This lesson explains the p-value in significance tests, how to calculate them, and how to evaluate the results.