significance probability

significance probability

[sig′nif·i·kəns ‚präb·ə‚bil·əd·ē]
(statistics)
The probability of observing a value of a test statistic as significant as, or even more significant than, the value actually observed.
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0044) Abbreviations : F +Probability of Bankruptcy (Appendix) : LTD = Total Long Term Debt NW = Net Worth (Equity + Pf Stock): TL = Total Liabilities CF = Net Cash Flow (Earnings before depreciation minus taxes);() = Significance Probability (*) Number of Firms in First Three Columns I Number of Firms in Last Column TABLE 5 STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF TABLES 1-4 BY CELL TYPE: 1977-1981 As expected & Not as expected & Expected Actual significant @ significant @ F vs.
This probability is referred to as the 'p-value' [3] or 'the significance probability.
Statistically significant regressions were identified when the significance probability was less than or equal to 0.