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a belief used as the basis for action


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a proposal intended to explain certain facts or observations

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a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence

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The sub-panel labelled as "January versus other Month" states the null hypothesis that the month of January stochastically dominates over other month.
Based on the approaches of the Kao residual co-integration test, the augmented Dickey-Fuller test and the Maddala and Johansen-Fisher panel co-integration tests, the null hypothesis of no co-integration is to be tested using the optimal lag length of 3.
Dichotomic dummy variables were also generated to record situations in which the p-value was equal or lower than the normally used cut-offs (.05,.01,.005 and.001) to make decisions about the null hypothesis. The value.005 was included to take into account the recent suggestion to reduce the threshold to claim new discoveries by Benjamin et al.
If the null hypothesis in (4) is rejected, then check if the sample mean value in the treatment group is larger than the control.
The proposed method in this study is not based on statistical null hypothesis testing and is independent of sample size.
Therefore null hypothesis that there is no significant relationship between emotional intelligence and morale is rejected at 0.01 level of significance.
The global null hypothesis is that all of the local null hypotheses are true, so that failure to reject the global null hypothesis implies that significant results have not been detected anywhere in the field of individual local tests.
H0: Null Hypothesis; there is no significant difference in the expenditure-GDP ratio over the three periods.
The maximum eigenvalue test will be used to test the null hypothesis that there are r cointegrating vectors against the alternative r + 1 cointegrating vectors.
A two-tailed Z-test was used to test the null hypothesis.
The decision process for a classical hypothesis test for confirmatory research is to accept or to reject the null hypothesis. If the null hypothesis that the results are due to chance is rejected, the experiment is interpreted as providing evidence for the alternative or experimental hypothesis.
From the table 4.1.1, it has been seen that the null hypothesis is rejected.
The null hypothesis is the assumption of innocence in a scientific experiment and corresponds to a default or neutral state, assuming an absence of relationship between key elements studied.