Question

When the following hypotheses are being tested at a level of
significance of α

H _{0} : μ >= 500

H _{a} : μ < 500

the null hypothesis will be rejected if the *p* -value
is

a.< (underlined) a

b. > a

c. >a/2

d. < (underlined) 1 - a/2

Answer #1

**the null
hypothesis will be rejected if the p -value is
:-**

[ *explanation*:-

hypothesis:-

*we will reject the
null hypothesis if,* p value
alpha (level of significance).

**just for your better concept :-*

while taking decision about the hypothesis,you will always compare the p value with the given level of significance.the level of significance remains same for both tailed or one tailed test]

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