Hypothesis testing, Advanced Statistics

Hypothesis testing is a general term for procedure of assessing whether the sample data is consistent or otherwise with statements made about the population. It basically tells us about the success and the failure of the hypothesis. Hence testing gives the reliability to the hypothesis.

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