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Stats Two-tailed test

A one-tailed, one-mean Z test is conducted with the result that the null hypothesis is rejected. What would be the outcome of a two-tailed test with the same null hypothesis, sample mean, alpha and standard deviation of the population?

(a) The null hypothesis will be rejected.
(b) The null hypothesis will be accepted.
(c) We will fail to reject the null hypothesis.
(d) Cannot tell the outcome, could be either reject or fail to reject depending on the data.
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d) Cannot tell the outcome, could be either reject or fail to reject depending on the data.
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