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find the value of k . show complete solution

P(-1.088<T<k)=0.8 for df = 11

P(k<T<2.087) =0.945 df= 23

t(0.98. df = 14) =k

Answer #1

(a) Find k such that P(-k<T<k)=0.8 when v=7.
(b) Find k such that P(-2.069 < T < k) = 0.965 when v =
23.
(c) Find k such that P(37.652<2 <k)=0.045 when v=25.

Find the P-Value for the given scenarios. df means degree of
freedom. n means sample size.
Upper-tailed test, df = 8, t = 2.0
Upper-tailed test, n=14, t = 3.2
Lower-tailed test, df = 10, t = -2.4
Lower-tailed test, n = 22, t = -3.8
Two-tailed test, df = 15, t = -1.6
Two-tailed test, n = 36, t = 1.6

T Score: 1.049
DF: 14
Significance Level: .05
One-tailed
The P-Value is .155975.
The result is not significant at p < .05.
Here's my Question. Can someone explain in detail how this
calculator comes up with this P- value. Can it be solved by hand?
None of the calculators online show any work.
Thank you

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both statistically and in terms of differences between the
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Anova results- F-statistic, df (between and within groups),
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differences between the sites?
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In R, how to use pt( ) to find the one-sided left-tail p-value
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for t=1.98 with df=8? And what is the two-sided p-value for t=1.98
with df=8?
Print the code please, thank you!

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