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# Does a hypothesis test ever prove the null hypothesis?

# To prove that your hypothesis is correct you must?

make sure your conclusion states that the hypothesis is correct

# What value does the null hypothesis make a claim about?

sample statistic

# What value does the null hypothesis make a claim about a?

population parameter

# How is null hypothesis tested?

A null hypothesis states that there is no relationship between two or more variables being studied. The assumption in science is that the null hypothesis is true until suffici…ent evidence emerges, though statistical testing, to reject the null and support an alternative hypothesis. The exact statistical test depends on the number and type of variables being tested, but all statistical hypothesis tests result in a probability value (p). Generally, the null is rejected when p < .05 representing less than a 5% chance that the relationship between the variables is due to error. This cutoff - called alpha - can be set lower in certain fields or studies, but rarely is set higher.

# Suppose you have experimented to test the effects of temperature on seed germination as outlined in the study guide If you do not reject your null hypothesis what conclusion can be reached?

temperature does not affect seed germination rate

# Why can we never prove that a hypothesis is true?

A hypothesis can never be proven true because there is always a possibility that it can be disproved. No matter how many times something happens, and how sure you think yo…u are that it will happen again, there are always other possibilities that have not been explored.

# How do you do a hypothesis?

A hypothesis is an idea you can test.

# Reject or accept null hypothesis F-test?

F-test results will determine if the null hypothesis will be rejected or accepted. All test are ran with the assumption that the null hypothesis is true.

# What does the researcher hope to do with the null hypothesis?

be able to reject

# What does it take to prove a hypothesis false?

It needs one counter example. Facts.

# What is a Test of a hypothesis?

Its when you test your expriment.

# Give an example of a null hypothesis?

An example of a null hypothesis would be 'There is no relation between voter preference and the sex of the mayoral candidate.' The alternative hypothesis would be, ' There is …a relation between voter preference and the sex of the mayoral candidate. For generation x it professionals, personal motivators are significant factors influencing decisions to remain with organizations or to leave them.

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# When should you retain a null hypothesis?

sig>0,5

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# Why is it hard to prove the nebular hypothesis?

Because when someone gets hit in the gouche you poop yourself

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# What do you have to do in order to prove a hypothesis?

To prove your hypotheseis, you have to go through the scientific steps! All scientists do and will! 1. first step is to make your hypothesis! 2. second you wri…te down different ways to help you accomplish your hypothesis! A hypothesis is a un-answered question!!!:( 3. Next you get all of your supplies that you need andaccoplish you hypothesis! IF you want the acctual steps on this Like Purpose Hypothesis Analysis Data Conclusion Really how hard could it be??????!!! GOOD LUCK :) :0 :) :0 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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# What is a hypothesies?

An educated guess based on your five scenes while observing an experiment or activity.

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# How is the null hypothesis of the independent samples t test verbalized?

The independent t-test is used to determine whether there is a statistically significant difference between the averages (means) of two groups. The null hypothesis states that… there is no statistically significant difference between the two groups.