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By convention, when an observed experimental outcome has a probability of occurrence of less than 5% (<0.05), the experimental results are considered to be ________.

▸ within normal expected range

▸ statistically significant and different from the expected outcome

▸ not significant

▸ less than one standard deviation from the mean

▸ equal to the mean
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