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Relationship between calculated 90% CI and sign. treatment effect in BE [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by GM - India, 2017-03-27 19:40  - Posting: # 17188
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Dear All,

I have a doubt that, is there any relationship between calculated 90% CI and significant treatment effect in BE studies.

If the 90%CI is one side of hundred, i.e. either (85.00-98.00) or (102.00-119.00) then there should be significant treatment effect. Is this statement correct...?

And why we are generally checking the treatment effect at 5% level of significance...?

Please clarify.

Many thanks in advance.
Regards,
GM.

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