Null hypothesis (H0)
A statement concerning one or more parameters that is subjected to statistical test.
The hypothesis that there is no significant difference between two treatments (that is, between two methods, tools, techniques, environments, or other conditions whose effects you are measuring (such as productivity, quality, or cost). The null hypothesis is assumed to be true unless the data indicates otherwise
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