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considering that a research can test at the <p=.05(95%), p=.001 (99.9%) level
for statistical significance, how would you use these 3 levels in relationship to risk to patients in implementing the decision of your research?

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First of all, only two levels are given. What type of research is being done?

Second, it is asking how you would use these levels. What type of research is being done? That would make a difference for me.

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