Usually if your test statistic is equaled to the critical value, you would reject the null hypothesis.
So your rejection region is usually in the form: and (for a two tailed test).
Hi, would appreciate if anyone could answer this for me. Can't seem to find a solid answer in my textbooks.
1) What are the chances that a test statistic "z" or "t" value could equal the critical value.
2) If this is possible, do you accept or reject the null hypothesis then?
Thanks a billion in advance!
Best regards,
Glenn