# Tag: hypothesis testing

By Riya Jain & Priya Chetty on August 5, 2023

The stock market is an uncertain market consisting of opportunities to gain and lose. The risk presence in the market creates the need for a stock market forecasting model for the movements of stocks and an understanding of the possible position of stocks in position. Information on future stock movements can enable the investor to […]

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By Riya Jain & Priya Chetty on September 13, 2021

The thesis hypothesis is a specification of a testable prediction about what a researcher expects as the outcome of the study. It comprises specific aspects i.e. the population, variables, and the relationship between the variables.

By Riya Jain & Priya Chetty on August 28, 2021

A research hypothesis is a statement that specifies what the researcher is trying to test or prove in their study. It covers many aspects such as the study population, variables, and the relationship between the variables.

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By Riya Jain & Priya Chetty on June 19, 2020

To answer how does online learning affect studentsâ€™ skill development? The hypothesis is generally presented in the null and alternative format.

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By Riya Jain & Priya Chetty on June 17, 2020

This article emphasizes the process of various hypothesis testing steps. A research hypothesis is a clear statement or assumption of a researcher about the possible relationship between two variables, or elements, in a study.

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By Riya Jain & Priya Chetty on June 15, 2020

When a hypothesis is presented negatively (for example, TV advertisements do not affect consumer behavior), it is called a null hypothesis. This article explains the conditions to accept or reject a hypothesis.

By Saptarshi Basu Roy Choudhury on January 28, 2019

A hypothesis by definition is a proposition or a number of propositions that reflects a prediction. In simpler words, a hypothesis is a statement that assumes a relation between an independent variable and a dependent variable. In research, hypotheses provide the basis for data collection and data analysis.

By Priya Chetty on February 2, 2015

A paired sample t-test is used to determine whether there is a significant difference between the average values of the same measurement made under two different conditions.

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