A researcher conducts a two-tailed one-sample t test on 24 subjects and find that t = 1.89. How confident can the researcher be that the results are true and not due to mere sampling error?
answers? .05%, 85%, 92% or 100%
According to the tables, with DF = 24 - 1 = 23 and t = 1.89
the confidence level would be about 92%
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