When a result is called statistically significant, it means that:
the researchers who conducted the study agreed among themselves that the work and the result were important.
the outcome was unlikely to have occurred by pure chance alone.
the researchers who conducted the study solicited the opinions of other researchers, and they all agreed that the work and the results were important.
a direct cause-and-effect relationship has been found between two variables.
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