Effect of Sex Education and Social Media on Teenagers

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What do we talk about in the formal language of hypothesis testing?

Rejecting or failing to reject the null hypothesis

How do we interpret the results when presenting research results in academic papers?

By stating whether the results support the alternate hypothesis

Why is hypothesis testing not designed to prove or disprove anything?

To avoid making definitive conclusions

What do we conclude if we reject the null hypothesis?

Support the alternate hypothesis

Why is it said that rejecting or failing to reject the null hypothesis are superficial differences?

They both lead to the same conclusion

Why do we not mention rejecting or failing to reject the alternate hypothesis in academic papers?

To simplify the interpretation of results

What does a low p-value indicate in hypothesis testing?

Strong evidence against the null hypothesis

What is a common practice when stating results in statistics assignments?

Using formal language about hypothesis testing

What action do we take if a research result is consistent with our alternate hypothesis?

Fail to reject the null hypothesis

What is one of the main differences between presenting research results in academic papers and statistics assignments?

Interpreting results differently based on audience

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