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Use a= .05 and one tailed test t= -5.00, df= 5. reject, fail to reject


Use a= .05 and one tailed test 

t= -5.00, df= 5. reject, fail to reject 

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Given α = 0.05, two tailed test, t = -5 and degree of freedom = 5.

For a two tail test if test statistic is between tα/2 and t(1-α/2)  critical score then we fail to reject the null hypothesis. If the test statistic is not between tα/2 and t(1-α/2) then we reject the null hypothesis


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