Everything's Unusual (Long)

For each of the following two statements, fill in the blank with a single word.
  1. If it is very unlikely (e.g. less than 0.1% chance) to observe a strong relationship in a sample if there were really nothing going on, we say that relationship is statistically .
  2. Test statistics often examine differences relative to the variation expected under the null. As a result, if the sample size gets bigger, that will generally mean the p-value will get .