According to standard convention, a researcher must be ___ percent sure that the difference she observed between experimental conditions was not simply the result of chance in order to conclude that the difference is statistically significant.

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    As stipulated by standard convention, a researcher must have at least a 95 percent assurance that the difference which was observed by her between experimental conditions was not merely coincidental in order to justifiably conclude that the difference she observed has statistical significance.
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