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Bushra 1 4 br br br br br1 When a result is not extreme enough to reject the null hypothesis explain why it is wrong to conclude that your result supports the null hypothesis

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Bushra 1 4 br br br br br1 When a result is not extreme

enough to reject the null hypothesis explain why it is wrong to conclude that your result supports the null hypothesis.




4.    The general population (Population 2) has a mean of 30 and a standard deviation of 5, and the cutoff Z score for significance in a study involving one participant is 1.96. If the raw score obtained by the participant is 45, what decisions should be made about the null and research hypotheses?

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