### The f is statistically significant at the specified alpha

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14. For each of the following F values, indicate whether the F is statistically significant at the specified alpha level:

a. F = 4.80, df = 4, 40 α = 0.01

b. F = 5.02, df = 3, 60, α = 0.001

c. F = 3.45, df = 3, 27, α = 0.05

d. F = 4.99, df = 2, 150, α = 0.01

e. F = 2.09, df = 2, 250, α = 0.05

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