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A) rejected at0.05 but is not rejected at0.025

B) not rejected at0.05 but is rejected at0.025

C) rejected at any level

D) not rejected at anylevel

E) not rejected at> 0.05

Null Hypothesis

A hypothesis used in statistical testing that assumes no significant difference or effect exists between certain states or variables.

Observed Frequency

The number of times a particular value or category of data occurs in a set of data, used in the analysis of categorical variables.

Expected Frequency

The theoretically calculated frequency of an event or outcome based on the probabilities in a statistical experiment, often compared to observed frequencies in chi-squared tests.

- Distinguish between different types of hypotheses (null and alternative) and their rejection or acceptance.

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Mar 10, 2024

## Learning Objectives

- Distinguish between different types of hypotheses (null and alternative) and their rejection or acceptance.

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