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AAMC PS SB 7

LiteralLungs

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May 7, 2020
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I see why A is true. Is a p value < 0.05 what you should always look for when determining whether there is a significant difference. I was confused because, looking at the standard error provided for the cocaine exposure and control groups, they overlap. I always thought that if the error bars overlapped, the difference was not significant. According to this question, significance is only determined by the p value.

What I mean is, if you consider the upper bound for control and lower bound for cocaine exposure, there is overlap.

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