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If the sample in the previous problem were being used to lest for a significant difference between the two treatments, state the null hypothesis in words and in symbols.

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To Explain: The null hypothesis and symbols of the null hypothesis.

Explanation

Null hypothesis is a hypothesis set for possibly rejection. Null hypothesis also states that the sample mean is equal to the population mean.

In this case the null hypothesis states that the average difference between treatments is zero...

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