Statistics
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I need help with this please.
A researcher is designing a research study. He hopes to show that the results of an experiment are statistically significant. What size of p value would take?
a) Large value of p
b) Small value of p
c) The size of the p value does not affect the statistical significance
I believe the correct answer is b. What do you believe?
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