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A p-value=0.01 indicates that:

a) there is strong sample evidence against the null hypothesis.

b) there is weak to no sample evidence against the null hypothesis.

c) the null hypothesis is true.

d) the null hypothesis is false.

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The p value of the test statistic in any hypothesis test is probability value or significance is, for a given statistical model, the probability that given null hypothesis ...

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