More P-values Which of the following are true? If false, explain briefly. a) A very low P-value provides evidence against the null hypothesis. b) A high P-value is strong evidence in favor of the null hypothesis. c) A P-value above 0.10 shows that the null hypothesis is true. d) If the null hypothesis is true, you cant get a P-value below 0.01.

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