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ugh, I feel like a child could misuse their insulin by accident without proper supervision. Totally thought she had T1DM and not enough guidance on how to use the meds. annoying

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submitted by stapes2big(4),

I’m not sure about this one but the way I thought about it was that since the confidence interval included 1, it was *not significant*. And thus p value must be above `0.05`

jkan
nvm, it's can't be greater than 1 because then it would have a negative% confidence interval which cannot happen (Think if p>0.05 means at least 95% within confidence interval)
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charcot_bouchard
p=0.05 means theres 5% chance null hypothesis is true. p=1 means theres 100% chance null hypothesis is true. >1 means >100% chance which isnt possible.
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submitted by stapes2big(4),

I’m not sure about this one but the way I thought about it was that since the confidence interval included 1, it was *not significant*. And thus p value must be above `0.05`

jkan
nvm, it's can't be greater than 1 because then it would have a negative% confidence interval which cannot happen (Think if p>0.05 means at least 95% within confidence interval)
+6

charcot_bouchard
p=0.05 means theres 5% chance null hypothesis is true. p=1 means theres 100% chance null hypothesis is true. >1 means >100% chance which isnt possible.
+4

c-peptide is low with exogenous insulin. (c-peptide made as a byproduct of insulin production in the body) repeated visits+ high insulin+low c-peptide= exogenous insulin abuse. In a child-> factitious by proxy