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Performance-based logistics. Refer to the Journal of Business Logistics (Vol. 36, 2015) study of the factors that lead to successful performance-based logistics projects, Exercise 8.158.15 (p. 443). You used the data in the PBL file to test whether commercial suppliers have less experience, on average, than government employees. Due to small samples (n1=6\left(n_1=6\right. commercial suppliers and n2=11n_2=11 government employees), the test requires the variance of experience to be the same for the two populations. Locate the pp-value of the test on the printout.

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Given:

n1=Sample size=6n2=Sample size=11α=Significance level=0.05\begin{aligned} n_1&=\text{Sample size}=6 \\ n_2&=\text{Sample size}=11 \\ \alpha&=\text{Significance level}=0.05 \end{aligned}

We need to determine the P-value from the printout.

The P-value of the two-tailed hypothesis test is mentioned to the right of "p-value (Two-tailed)".

P=0.9617P=0.9617

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