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Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis 1 Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis Fadi Fayad RES/342 02/10/2011 G. Morris Hamm
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Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis 2 Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis A hypothesis is a tentative statement that proposes a possible explanation to a research study. It can consist of making observations and predicting why a specific event occurs. This basically means there is a possible solution for a problem based on the knowledge and research of the subject. There are five steps involved when testing a hypothesis. Those steps are stating the research question, specify the null and alternative hypothesis, calculate the test statistic, compute the probability of test statistic or rejection region, and state the conclusions. The article I am reviewing is “Conflicts between Graduate study in Science and Family Life” by Vanessa L. Wyss and Robert H. Tai. The article discusses the experiences that scientists have during graduate school and
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  • Spring '11
  • AMY
  • Null hypothesis, Hypothesis testing, Statistical hypothesis testing, Hypothesis Identification Article, Identification Article Analysis

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