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In statistical **hypothesis** testing, the **alternative hypothesis** (or maintained **hypothesis** or research **hypothesis**) and the **null hypothesis** are the two rival hypotheses ...

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If the **null hypothesis** is not rejected, then we do not accept the **alternative hypothesis**. Going back to the above example of mean human body temperature ...

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noun 1. (in the statistical testing of a **hypothesis**) the **hypothesis** to be accepted if the **null hypothesis** is rejected.

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Definition of **alternative hypothesis**, from the Stat Trek dictionary of statistical terms and concepts. This statistics glossary includes definitions of all technical ...

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**Alternative Hypothesis**. The **alternative hypothesis** is the **hypothesis** used in **hypothesis** testing that is contrary to the **null hypothesis**. It is usually taken to be ...

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Once you have generated a **hypothesis**, the process of **hypothesis** testing becomes important, comparing your results against the **null hypothesis**.

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When the effect size for the **alternative hypothesis** is estimated from previous data, the estimate may not be accurate.

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A **hypothesis** (plural hypotheses) is a proposed explanation for a phenomenon. For a **hypothesis** to be a scientific **hypothesis**, the scientific method requires that one ...

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An **alternative hypothesis** is one of two explanations of an event or observation. In most cases, an **alternative hypothesis** is...

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The simplistic definition of the null is as the opposite of the **alternative hypothesis**, H 1, although the principle is a little more complex than that.