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significance level

In statistics, the point at which a null hypothesis is rejected. Also known as the "level of significance." Who can identify the significance level in this problem?
See also: level, significance
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The matrixes of the correlation between the water level and precipitation amount Data period 1950-1963 1950-1963, Criterion of precipitation 2006-2007 summing period selection A A' Fixed period beginning - September Variant B B' Shortest period with sufficient significance level C C' Highest correlation coefficient Table 2.
The value for the reinforcement of training programs falls below the significance level at both the test values of 4.
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trace] test, the null hypothesis of " 0 cointegrating relationship among four variables" against a general alternative "more than 0 cointegrating relationship among four variables" is not rejected for Belgium, France, United Kingdom and United States at the 5% significance level.
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5) This critical value accrues from normal distribution at a 10% significance level and for a two-sided test on the statistical significance of [[~.
However, it is common practice to instead compare a p-value to a significance level, rejecting the hypothesis if the p-value is smaller than the significance level.
Minimum, maximum, mean, LSD, and significance level for these SRI at the three different growth stages (booting, heading, and grainfilling) are presented in Table 2.
We reported findings for statistically significant results, using a significance level of .
At the 95% significance level, student scores were significantly different on question five with the mean of posttest scores moving toward the "hard work" end of the semantic response scale.
However, while referring to the statistics of KPSS test, the null of stationarity is also rejected in the case of TND/USD and TND/euro series and this respectively at significance level of 1% and 5%.
The results indicate that the null hypothesis of a unit root is not rejected even at the 10 percent significance level for any of the rates.
What I found, using three lags of the relevant variables, is that none of the three yield spread changes "cause" (precede) the S & P return at the one percent significance level.