Posted by **Samantha** on Monday, November 11, 2013 at 9:50am.

We conducted a hypothesis test for a population parameter at alpha = 0.01 and we failed to rejected Ho.

If we decided to use alpha = 0.05, how would our conclusion change?

A) At alpha = 0.05, we would still fail to reject HO.

B) At alpha = 0.05, we would reject HO.

C) It is not possible to answer without knowing the actual p-value from the hypothesis test.

Answer A?

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