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A random sample of size n = 27 from a bivariate normal distribution yielded a sample

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Problem 9.6-3

A random sample of size n = 27 from a bivariate normal distribution yielded a sample correlation coefficient of r = 0.45. Would the hypothesis H0: = 0 be rejected in favor of H1: = 0 at an = 0.05 significance level?

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Author: Robert V. Hogg, Elliot Tanis, Dale Zimmerman
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