For the hypothesis test H0: μ = 20 against H1: μ > 20 with variance unknown and n = 10, approximate the P-value for the test statistic t0 = 2.207.

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For the hypothesis test H0: μ = 20 against H1: μ > 20 with variance unknown and n = 10, approximate the P-value for the test statistic t0 = 2.207.

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Oops, ignore that question... You can use this table to approximate the \(p\) value. https://www.easycalculation.com/statistics/t-distribution-critical-value-table.php
With degrees of freedom \(n-1=10-1=9\) and \(t=2.207\), you can determine a range of \(0.025
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