Assume a researcher published a paper rejecting a null hypothesis at the 1% level of significance (that is, alpha = 0.01)

a. The finding may not be significant since it was not tested at an alpha level of 0.05

b. You will reject the null hypothesis at the 5% level of significance since alpha level of 0.01 is a more stringent test.

c. You cannot make any assumptions about the alpha at the 5%level without first calculating the value from the published data

d. It is 5 time as likely the null hypothesis would be accepted at the 0.05 alpha level

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