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Determine the p value that would be used to test the

Determine the p-value that would be used to test the null hypothesis for the following Spearman rank correlation experiments:

a. Ho: No relationship between the two variables; Ha:There is a positive relationship; With n = 21 and rs = 0.55

b. Ho: No correlation; Ha:There is a relationship; with n = 27 and rs = 0.71 .

c. Ho:Variable A has no effect on variable B; Ha:Variable B decreases as variable A increases; With n = 10 and rs = - 0.62 .

a. Ho: No relationship between the two variables; Ha:There is a positive relationship; With n = 21 and rs = 0.55

b. Ho: No correlation; Ha:There is a relationship; with n = 27 and rs = 0.71 .

c. Ho:Variable A has no effect on variable B; Ha:Variable B decreases as variable A increases; With n = 10 and rs = - 0.62 .

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