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# If your p-value is 0.0061 and your alpha level is 0.1 then you would: reject the...

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 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 0.005 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 0.0061 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 0.0061 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 0.0061 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 0.0061, 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

We have the following Decision Rule to Accept/Reject the Null Hypothesis:

Decision Rule: If p-value < , Reject Ho and if p-value > Accept Ho.

Answer 1. reject the Ho (Since p-value = 0.0061 < 0.1)

Answer 2. reject the Ho (Since p-value = 0.0061 < 0.05)

Answer 3. reject the Ho (Since p-value = 0.0061 < 0.01)

Answer 4. accept the Ho (Since p-value = 0.0061 > 0.005)

Answer 5. accept the Ho (Since p-value = 0.0061 > 0.001)

Answer 6. accept the Ho (Since p-value = 0.0061 > 0.0005)

Answer 7. accept the Ho (Since p-value = 0.0061 > 0.0001)