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# When using the student’s t distribution to test mean what value do you use for the degrees of freedom? (b) consider a test for if the p-value is such that you can reject h0 at the 5% level of significance, can you always reject h0 at the 1% level of significance? explain. (c) consider a test for if the p-value is such that you can reject h0 for = .01 , can you always reject h0 for = .05? explain.

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