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Null Hypothesis

Null hypothesis is a type of hypothesis that states the opposite of the alternative hypothesis to be checked, i.e., that no significant statistical relationship exists between the two variables and that the observations are all based on chance. A null hypothesis can be rejected or confirmed during a statistical experiment.

Null Hypothesis

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