A research report says that t (142) = 2.56; p = .06. From that

information, can you reject the null hypothesis with 95% confidence?

wo children draw straws for chores on a weekly basis. The two chores up for grabs are cleaning the bathroom or vacuuming the rugs. After 10 weeks, one child complains that the system isn’t fair because she always ends up having to clean the bathroom. In reality, that child doesn’t always end up cleaning the bathroom. But it has, indeed, been frequent: She has drawn the bathroom assignment 8 times. What was the probability of that happening?