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The first F statistics and the p value (0.9) is for another test called Levene's test for equality of variances. It just tells you if you should read the first row of the t-test (next column to the right) or the second row.sunny_sun wrote:Hy, at a T test output I obtained this: F = 0.015, p = 0.90, t = -3.77 and p = .000. Can I say that this is statistically significant?
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