Rejection and acceptance regions, Mathematics

Rejection and Acceptance regions

All possible values which a test statistic may either suppose consistency along with the null hypothesis as acceptance region or lead to the rejection of the null hypothesis as rejection region or critical region ,The values such separate the rejection region from the acceptance region are named as critical values

 

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