p-value of 9% would most likely indicate that:

1. the null hypothesis should be rejected.

2. the alternative hypothesis should be rejected.

3. the alternative hypothesis should not be rejected.

4. the null hypothesis should not be rejected.

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p-value of 9% would most likely indicate that:

1. the null hypothesis should be rejected.

2. the alternative hypothesis should be rejected.

3. the alternative hypothesis should not be rejected.

4. the null hypothesis should not be rejected.

Is that the full question? It doesn't state the a priori level of significance. What do you believe the correct answer may be and why? Given you provide you thoughts on the solution, we would then be happy to help confirm or direct you towards the underlying rationale and concepts.

Thanks!

Thanks!