The P-value for a normally distributed right-tailed test is P=0.042. Which of the following is INCORRECT? 7. Question 7 The P-value for a normally distributed right-tailed test is P=0.042. Which of the following is INCORRECT? 1 / 1 point The P-value for a two-tailed test based on the same sample would be P=0.084 The P-value for a left-tailed test based on the same sample would be P= -0.042 The z-score test statistic is approximately z=1.73 We will reject H0 at α=0.05, but not at α=0.01 Correct! P-values are proportion and range from 0 to 1. The left-tail test for this will also be 0.042 Post Views: 1