Explain The Double-negative Logic Of Hypothesis Testing (eg: A Scientist Fails To Reject The Null Hypothesis)?


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It is often we find that results may inspire new questions and experiments to test them.... A null hypothesis is one that assumes the factor in question has no effect- that any occurrences that may have suggested so are random; and an alternative hypothesis would be that the factor does indeed affect the system in question.

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