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# What is the $p$-value in research?

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The likelihood of receiving results from a statistical hypothesis test that are at least as extreme as the observed results, assuming the null hypothesis is true, is known as the p-value in statistics.

The $p$-value, which ranges from $0$ to $1$, is frequently used to indicate the statistical significance level. The evidence that you should reject the null hypothesis is stronger the smaller the $p$-value.

Which $p-$ values ​​are significant?

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