a. Refer to Exercise 2 and distinguish between the value of p and the P-value.
b. It was stated that we can easily remember how to interpret P-values with this: “If the P is low, the null must go.” What does this mean?
c. Another memory trick commonly used is this: “If the P is high, the null will fly.” Given that a hypothesis test never results in a conclusion of proving or supporting a null hypothesis, how is this memory trick misleading?
In Exercises, identify the indicated values or interpret the given display.

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