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    Re: P-Value


    Quote Originally Posted by ianhirst View Post
    0.00096 < 0.01. Since the p-value is less than σ, we reject the null hypothesis and may accept the alternative hypothesis. We can conclude that there is evidence that there has been a growth in the number of architects being unhappy with their current working environment.
    You mean \alpha, not \sigma, right? From the way the hypothesis is formulated, you only have statistical evidence that p differs from .08.

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