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Asked Feb 7, 2020

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1.) What was the t value?

2.) What was the p value?

Step 1

Note:

It is noticed that there are two cases for both *t*-value and the p-value, so we are mentioning two cases.

Step 2

1).

From the given output, it can be observed that,

Case1: when equal variances assumed, the value of *t* is ...

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