Question

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.1 then you would:

- reject the Ho
- fail to reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.05 then you
would:

- reject the Ho
- fail to reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.01 then you
would:

- reject the Ho
- fail to reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.005 then you
would:

- reject the Ho
- fail to reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.001 then you
would:

- reject the Ho
- fail to reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.0005 then you
would:

- reject the Ho
- fail to reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.0001 then you
would:

- reject the Ho
- fail to reject the Ho
- unable to determine from this information
- accept the Ho

If your p-value is 0.043, what is the most significant alpha
level?

- There is no 'most significant alpha level'
- 0.1
- 0.05
- 0.01
- 0.005
- 0.001
- 0.0005
- 0.0001

Answer #1

If P value is less than alpha we reject the null hypothesis else we fail to reject the null hypothesis

Here p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.1, so

- reject the Ho

Here p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.05, so

- reject the Ho

Here p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.01, so

- fail to reject the Ho

Here p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.005, so

- fail to reject the Ho

Here p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.001, so

- fail to reject the Ho

Here p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.0005, so

- fail to reject the Ho

Here p-value is 0.043 and your alpha level is 0.0001, so

- fail to reject the Ho

If your p-value is 0.065 and your alpha level is 0.1 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.065 and your alpha level is 0.05 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.065 and your alpha level is 0.01 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail...

If your p-value is 0.0061 and your alpha level is 0.1 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.0061 and your alpha level is 0.05 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail to reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your p-value is 0.0061 and your alpha level is 0.01 then you
would:
reject the Ho
fail...

Use the t-tables to determine a p-value or a range of p-values
for the following test statistics:
n
t
p-value
20
0.874
Answer< 0.0005 0.0005 < p-val < 0.001 0.001 < p-val
< 0.005 0.005 < p-val < 0.01 0.01 < p-val < 0.05
0.05 < p-val < 0.1 0.1< p-val < 0.2 0.2< p-val <
0.5
15
1.271
Answer< 0.0005 0.0005 < p-val < 0.001 0.001 < p-val
< 0.005 0.005 < p-val < 0.01 0.01 < p-val <...

3) For a two-tailed hypothesis using a z-distribution, determine
your decision (reject Ho and accept H1 OR fail to reject Ho) and
the type of error you may have committed for the following
situation. Be sure to draw out your distribution, indicate your
critical region plus the critical values and where each of the
following z-scores fall in that distribution.
a) z = -1.97 with an alpha = 0.05
b) z= +2.00 with an alpha = 0.01
c) z =...

If your critical value is 1.7 then you are running a:
left tailed test
two tailed test
unable to determine from this information
right tailed test
If your critical value is 1.7 and the test statistic is 0.7 you
would:
fail to reject the Ho
reject the Ho
unable to determine from this information
accept the Ho
If your critical value is 1.7 and the test statistic is 0.7 you
would be:
unable to show that the average is less...

If your critical value is ±±1.6 then you are running a:
right tailed test
two tailed test
unable to determine from this information
left tailed test
If your critical value is ±±1.6 and the test statistic is 3.9 you
would:
accept the Ho
unable to determine from this information
fail to reject the Ho
reject the Ho
If your critical value is ±±1.6 and the test statistic is 3.9 you
would be:
able to show that the average was greater...

for
a hypothesis test the p-value was computed tl be 0.03421
which of the following would be correct conclusion.
a. fail to reject H0 at a significance level of 0.05
b. fail to reject H0 at a significance level of 0.1
c. reject H0 at a significance level of 0.01
d. reject H0 at a significance level of 0.025
e.. reject H0 at a significance level of 0.05

The P-value for hypothesis test is shown. Use the
P-value to decide whether to reject Ho when the level of
significance is (a) a=0.01, (b) a=0.05, (c) a=0.10.
p=0.0646

Determine whether you would reject or fail to reject the null
hypothesis in
the following situations:
a. z = 1.99, two-tailed test at α = 0.05
b. z = 0.34, z* = 1.645
c. p = 0.03, α = 0.05
d. p = 0.015, α = 0.01

please fill in and state conclusion
Calculate Chi-Square p value
Calculated Chi-square p value
0.492330692
Reject null if pvalue < alpha 0.05
Is the p
value significant?
Because
p value is smaller or bigger than alpha level of 0.05?

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