Referring to the above, the largest level of significance at which the null hypothesis will not be rejected is

A. 0.186

B. 0.153

C. 0.162

D. 0.166

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Referring to the above, the largest level of significance at which the null hypothesis will not be rejected is

A. 0.186

B. 0.153

C. 0.162

D. 0.166

The measurement of past performance was 10.1% of browsers bought something.

So if used as a prediction of the future, 200 x 10.1% = 20 buyers out of the sample represents no change

But we have 24 browsers that bought something, a small increase.

A good question to ask at this point is:*What is the significance level of this increase?*

So if used as a prediction of the future, 200 x 10.1% = 20 buyers out of the sample represents no change

But we have 24 browsers that bought something, a small increase.

A good question to ask at this point is:

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@john.connor1985123 - ya got to put forward some effort.

Choose one of the answers from the set of options presented in the original post, by any process that yields a correct answer with odds better than random chance.

Since 'ask someone else to do it' is a valid process: There's lots of pages on the internet describing how to arrive at the correct answer

Since 'ask someone else to do it' is a valid process: There's lots of pages on the internet describing how to arrive at the correct answer

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Why do some lecturers get bored with questions that they find too easy, but students find too hard, and so entertain themselves with tricky questions that they think are cute but are just silly and frustrate their students?

Also because they don't want students just memorizing answers without having a clue what they mean in practice which many students do.