Posted by **Stephanie** on Tuesday, April 28, 2009 at 5:16pm.

the p-value for a significance test is .0358. a correct interpretation of this p-value would be:

a) about 3.6% of the data are significant

b) about 3.6% of all samples are significant

c) about 3.6% of all samples would produce a test statistic at least as extreme as ours if the null hypothesis is true

d) there is sufficient evidence to fail to reject the null hypothesis

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