Posted by **aw** on Monday, August 9, 2010 at 2:17pm.

Say you perform an experiment in which you flip a coin 20 times. You are looking for statistically significant outcomes (outcomes that have a probability of occurring that is less than your alpha level).

You choose an alpha level of 0.01.

1.) You decide to do a two-tailed test. What are all the possible outcomes of the experiment that you could interpret as statistically significant?

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