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Topic: What is the Logic Behind Hypothesis Testing?
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Brett Magill

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Re: What is the Logic Behind Hypothesis Testing?
Posted: Nov 7, 2006 2:18 PM
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Brett Magill wrote:
> Of course, the innocent status has not changed if we reject Ho either.
> The accused is still either guilty or innocent and that may or may not
> coincide with the true state of things. <<<


that should have read "...that may or may not coincide with our
decision."




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