Two tailed tests, Mathematics

Two Tailed Tests

A two tailed test is generally used in statistical work as tests of significance for illustration, if a complaint lodged by the client is about a product not meeting specific specifications that is the item will generate a complaint if its measurements are above the upper tolerance limit or below the lower tolerance limit

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NB: Alternative hypothesis is generally rejected if the standardized value of the sample mean lies beyond the tolerance limits as 15 centimeter and 17 ½ centimeter.

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