So, just for clarification 1-0.9648=0.0352, and 0.0352*2=0.0704 (the values in JMP aren't rounded like they are here)

One sided tests

What's the probability of being less than t, pretty small. (the dark blue area)

What's the probability of being greater than t, pretty large. (all the area to the right of the dark blue area)

Two sided test

What's the probability that t is in side the 95% confidence intervals, pretty small (0.07) (in the white space on the figure)

In common language, not perfect stat-speak, it's like this:

if I say that -1.2667 is different from 0 what's the probability I'm wrong. prob>|t|

If I say that -1.2667 is greater than 0 what's the probability I'm wrong. prob>t

If I say that -1.2667 is less than 0 what's the probability I'm wrong. prob<t

Perhaps someone more versed in specific stat-speak can add null to this? (pun)

JMP Systems Engineer, Health and Life Sciences (Pharma)