The null hypothesis in a hypothesis test refers to _____________.
the level of significance
the default state of nature or status quo
the probability of rejecting the alternative hypothesis when it is false
a particular population parameter specified with the sign ≠
The null hypothesis, denoted Ho, is the statement about the population parameter that is assumed to be true unless there is convincing evidence to the contrary .
So null hypothesis in a hypothesis test refers to default state of nature or status quo .
(Level of significance is alpha value , the population parameter which is denoted by sign "not equal" is aliter hypothesis and PROBABILITY of rejecting aliter hypothesis when it is false is PROBABILITY of committing type 2 error)
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