The alternative hypothesis, Mathematics

The alternative hypothesis

When formulating a null hypothesis we also consider the fact that the belief may be found to be untrue thus we will refuse it.  Therefore we formulate an alternative hypothesis which is a contradiction to the null hypothesis, hence when we refuse the null hypothesis we accept the alternative hypothesis.

In our illustration the alternative hypothesis would be as:

            H1 = each bag does not weigh 2 kilogram (kg)

 

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