# You decide to utilize the measurement variables as recommended by the biostatistician and conduct a Pearsons correlation coefficient test. You

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You decide to utilize the measurement variables as recommended by the biostatistician and conduct a Pearson’s correlation coefficient test. You determine r = 0.6. What must your p-value be for this to be statistically significant?

You are asked to conduct a study to determine whether there is an association between consumption of milk proteins and levels of serum antibodies in children with autism. You randomly select 50 children previously enrolled in an autism clinical trial, and they are the sample for the study. You select an alpha of 0.05 and a power of 0.80.

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## Statistics For Nursing A Practical Approach

**ISBN:** 9781284142013

3rd Edition

**Authors:** Elizabeth Heavey

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**11**- CORRELATION COEFFICIENTSSection: Review question

Problem: 8

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