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# What's the difference between a null hypothesis, an alternative hypothesis, and an "if..then" hypothesis?

Is the "if..then" hypothesis the alternative hypothesis?

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- Anonymous2 months ago
Listen to this dork. No I’m not calling him a whale p*nis

- ExpatLv 62 months ago
The null hypothesis simply means that there is no statistical significance between the two variables being examined. “If then” hypotheses are situational or contextually conditioned; e.g. “If I eat more vegetables I’ll lose weight.” Here’s a link

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