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6. If we reject H0:µ = 10 in favor of Ha:µ 10 at a given level of significance with a positive value of the test statistic z, then if we test H0:µ = 10 versus Ha:µ > 10 using the same sample, Ha:µ > 10 will ______ be rejected at the same significance level. (Points : 1)
Always
Sometimes
Never

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