I've read that if this p-value is less than 0.05 (for a 95% confidence interval), the null hypothesis that the data comes from a normal distribution must be rejected.
However, in the following website (scroll down to Both R and Python), the p-value is a number in scientific notation (4.4479165357181255e-25) and is still said to be greater than 0.05. Is this accurate?? I would think the scientific notation indicates the number is quite a small value and thus smaller than 0.05.
Any insight/confirmation would be helpful. Thanks!