There are statistics questions which needs to be solved within 3-4 hours. If anyone can try reply me soon.
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When we reject *h* we often say that the result is **statistically** **significant.** A result might be statistically significant and yet the size of the effect might be small. In such a case we have a result that is statistically sig?nificant but not scientifically or practically significant. The difference between f-atistical significance and scientific significance is easy to understand in light of Theorem 10.10. Any confidence interval that excludes *θ* corresponds to re-jecting *h.* But the values in the interval could be close to θ (not scientifically significant) or far from θ (scientifically significant).
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