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The main types of null hypotheses are simple, composite, exact, and inexact hypotheses. The null hypothesis is favored if the p-value is higher than the statistical significance level. In contrast, the alternate hypothesis is favored if the p-value is lower than the statistical significance level.How do you formulate a null and alternative hypothesis?
The null and alternative hypotheses are: We want to test whether the mean height of eighth graders is 66 inches. State the null and alternative hypotheses. Fill in the correct symbol (=, ≠, ≥, <, ≤, >) for the null and alternative hypotheses. H0: μ __ 66 Ha: μ __ 66What is the difference between a null hypothesis and an alternative hypothesis?
An alternative hypothesis is the inverse of a null hypothesis. An alternative hypothesis and a null hypothesis are mutually exclusive, which means that only one of the two hypotheses can be true. A statistical significance exists between the two variables.How do you write a null hypothesis?
The null hypothesis is written as H 0, which is read as H-zero, H-nought, or H-null. It is associated with another hypothesis, called the alternate or alternative hypothesis H A or H 1. When the null hypothesis and alternate hypothesis are written mathematically, they cover all possible outcomes of an experiment.