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Garcia_123

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When the clinical trial of the XSORT method of gender selection is completed, a formal hypothesis test will be conducted with the alternative hypothesis of p> 0.5, which corresponds to the claim that the XSORT method increases the likelihood of having a girl, so that the proportion of girls is greater than 0.5. If you are responsible for developing the XSORT method and you want to show its effectiveness, which of the following p values would you prefer? Why? 0.05 0.001 0.999 0.01 0.5 0.95

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