URGENT Statistics
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In performing twotailed hypothesis test with v=20, you obtain a tstatistic of 2.41. The pvalue is:
Between 2% and 5%.
I need help understanding how this range was gotten.
I know that the tstatistic is between t.025 and t.01 and since this is a 2tailed test these tvalues correspond to 5% and 2% tests.
Please help
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