Null hypothesis the hypothesis alternative to a primary hypothesis, stating that there is no relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable. In a hypothesis test , Null hypothesis is a statement about the population(s) or treatments being studied that says there is no change, no effect, no difference, or no relationship.

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