I have a doubt related to some calculation a statistician performed
I compared the increases in a Serum Hormone due to two different therapies X and Y. The results I got are in the table. The statistician who provided the data says there is a statistical difference between the two sample.
However, even if my P is < than 0.05. as far as I know the "critical t-value" is the minimum t-value I need in order to have P < 0.05. So If my t-value is smaller than my critical t-value, then my result will be not significant.
Am I right ?