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Find the p-value for each test statistic. a. Right-tailed test, z=+1.34 b. Left-tailed test, z=−2.07 c. Two-tailed test, z=−1.69
The p-value is the actual level of the test statistic. It represents the probability of getting a result as extreme as the test statistic itself. To determine this probability, use a z-table with the z-values given.