# Statistics

How do you tell if the null hypothesis rejects or fails?

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1. There is a Wikipedia article on the topic. You can google "null hypothesis" without quotes, and it should be the first website that appears.

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2. Can someone look at my question and my answer on this please

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3. I have the question from my homework that someone can look at and Ive already done all the work so can someone check my answer and help me with it either being rejected or failed

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