Asked Feb 24, 2019

What is the p-value for a one-tailed test using > in the alternative hypothesis with z=1.59? (Use 4 decimal places)


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Given right one tail test as alternate hypothesis has  ">". Given test statistic Z = 1.59.

The p value for a particulat Z score in  right one tail test is the area to the right if that Z score under standard normal curve as shown in figure.

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