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The alternative hypothesis for an independent-measures t test states ______.
a. There is no mean difference between the two populations being compared.
b. There is no mean difference between the two samples being compared.
c. There is a non-zero mean difference between the two populations being compared.
d. There is a non-zero mean difference between the two samples being compared.

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