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96 in magnitude would be called significant. 05 level. , gives an approximate two-tailed p value for testing the null hypothesis that the parameter value is 0 in the population. 03. The calculation of P assumes that parameter estimates are normally distributed, and it is correct only in large samples. See Appendix A for more information. The assertion that the parameter estimates are normally distributed is only an approximation. E. column are only approximations and may not be the best available.
The Variables in Dataset dialog box appears. E Click and drag the variable recall1 from the list to the first rectangle in the drawing area. E Use the same method to name the variables recall2, place1, and place2. E Close the Variables in Dataset dialog box. 29 Estimating Variances and Covariance s Changing the Font E Right-click a variable and choose Object Properties from the pop-up menu. The Object Properties dialog box appears. E Click the Text tab and adjust the font attributes as desired.