What are the two types of hypotheses used in a hypothesis​ test?How are they​ related?

Birds may have.The left-tailed and the right-tailed

Taking.A null and an alternative

C.type I and type II

Describe the.Sample and population

Part B:

Based on your hypothesis testing, what are two decisions you can make?

We.Recognize the alternative hypothesis

To.Repudiate the null hypothesis

If we.Rejecting the null hypothesis

E. make a type I error

F. make a type IIerror

In summary,.Disagree with the alternative hypothesis

Neither.Neglect to reject the alternative hypothesis

Part C:

Determine whether the statement is true or false. If it is​false, rewrite it as a true statement.

If you decide to reject the null​ hypothesis, then you cansupport the alternative hypothesis.

Among them.It is false.According to the true statement, "If you reject the null hypothesis, then you cannot support the alternative hypothesis."

In B.,.This is not true.This statement is accurate: "If you accept the null hypothesis, then you can support the alternative hypothesis."

C. This statement is false. Atrue statement​ is, "If you decide to reject the null​ hypothesis,then you can assume the alternative hypothesis is​false."

D. This statement istrue.

Part D:

Determine whether the statement is true or false. If it is​false, rewrite it as a true statement.

A large​ P-value in a test will favor a rejection of the nullhypothesis.

A. False. A small​ P-value in atest will favor a rejection of the null hypothesis.

B. False. A large​ P-value in atest will favor a rejection of the alternativehypothesis.

C.True. 