significance level


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significance level

[sig′nif·i·kəns ‚lev·əl]
(statistics)
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604 and significant at the 1% significance level, while RTS under no-markup restriction is estimated at 1.
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Table 3 shows that significance level is not reached in lawsuit by vendors.
Temperature was statistically significant at a 5 percent significance level because [P.
Results of KPSS test in Table 3 show that the nul hypothesis of stationarity is rejected at 1% significance level for all series.
At the 5% significance level, we conclude that there is no difference between male and female responses with regard to the anticipated core business results as a result of deploying server virtualization technology.
4 Means between the years 2010 and 2011, within each row per plant species did not differ by Tukey's test at the 5% significance Level TABLE 2.
Calculate the upper limit of estimated 90th percentile at [alpha] significance level by
The estimated [chi square] (2, 4, and 8) are indicative of nearly white noise residuals at the 5 percent significance level, which is essential if the empirical findings are to be reliable.
0]:r = 0) is clearly rejected for Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore, since the line that tests this hypothesis cross the 5 percent significance level line.
Using the regression (FMOLS) for Russia (1995Q3-2010Q4), we can have the following GDP-oil equation with all coefficients at the 1% significance level (absolute values of t-statistics in brackets; for simplicity, a constant term is not displayed): (5)
The scale of measurement (strong, moderate and weak) considered for this study is to indicate the strength of relationship among the facilities at significance level <0.