# evaluate-the-effects-foraging-math-homework-help

You are conducting a study to evaluate the effects of deer foraging on the quantity of fruit produced in a season.  To evaulate the effects foraging, randomly select 100 plants.  You allow deer to forage on 1/2 of the plants, and you prevent foraging of the other half.  At the end of the season, you count the number of fruits on each plant.  Once you have completed your experiment, you analyze your data using a t-test.  The analysis yields a p-value of 0.0014.  What can you determine using this p-value?

 a. There is no difference in the mean fruit production bewteen the two treatment groups, and your results are insignificant (you would accept the null hypothesis). b. There is a difference in the mean fruit production bewteen the two treatment groups, and your results are insignificant (you would accept the null hypothesis). c. There is a difference in the mean fruit production bewteen the two treatment groups, and your results are significant (you would reject the null hypothesis). d. There is no difference in the mean fruit production bewteen the two treatment groups, and your results are significant (you would reject the null hypothesis).