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Distributions for independent samples

Distributions for independent samples: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1
Distributions for independent samples: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1

Joe Schmuller summarizes (1) a one-tailed test where the Null Hypothesis is that the difference between the two parameters is less than or equal to zero, and the alternative hypothesis that the difference between them is greater than zero (2) a two-tailed test in which the Null Hypothesis is that the difference between the parameters is equal to zero, and the alternative hypothesis that the difference is not equal to zero.

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