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# how would I find the p-value to this question when only given the test statistic of z=1.00 obtained when testing the claim that p>0.3?

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also is it possible to input these numbers into the ti-84 and acquire the p-value that way? Instead of doing it manually?

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- Charles DLv 67 months agoFavorite Answer
You are testing the p>0.03 so you have a one tailed test. Find the area of a Standard Normal Distribution to the right of z = 1. This is 0.1587.

To learn how to do this with your ti-84, google "normal distribution calculation ti-84" or read this PDF

http://www.math.usu.edu/cfairbourn/CalculatorHelps...

Hope this helps.

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