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They tell me that there's (very) probably a relationship between the sets of number pairs.

Not the probabilty of H1, given the sample data.

Teeny p suggests strong relationship.

The statistical test of significance is about "may i decide that there is a non-zero effect in the population?"

It is NOT about how large any effect might be.

I'm trying to imagine the numbers to get such a small p.

With kind regards

Karabiner

If Ho: mu1 = mu2, because variance 1 = variance 2, (F), then teeny p means the neither the variances nor the means are likely equal. "Likely" "suggests" "probably" are stats speak. We can't prove anything with stats. Youse guys haul out extraneous stuff; look at the question. I stand by my answer.,