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6.
In a 2-tailed test of hypothesis, a sample produces the test statistic z = -2.1234. At
a
= 1% , do you reject the null hypothesis?
7. Refer back to the previous problem, what is the p-value?
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6. In a 2-tailed test of hypothesis, a sample produces the test statistic z = -2.1234. At a = 1% , do you reject the null hypothesis? 7. Refer back to the previous problem, what is the p-value?

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Step by step procedure to find the p-value using TI-83 is given below:

  • Find the value of z.
  • Find the absolute value of z.
  • Press 2nd DISTR
  • Select normalcdf(
  • Enter
  • Type (2.1234, 1000, 0,1)
  • Ent...
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
TI-83 Plus
normalcdf (2.1234
,1000,1
0168601132
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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI-83 Plus normalcdf (2.1234 ,1000,1 0168601132 Ans

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