Taking into account these results and initial data, we rejected the null hypothesis of D and accepted the alternative hypothesis
Hence we reject the null hypothesis that "There is no significant correlation between users' perception of the level of maintenance of a particular dwelling and the prevalent level of user satisfaction" and accept the alternative hypothesis
that "There is significant correlation between users' perception of the level of maintenance of a particular dwelling and the prevalent level of user satisfaction".
This belief or opinion is stated as the alternative hypothesis
The alternative hypothesis
of the test is that IPAs are more efficient than G/Ss, and test results of the consumer model using both the collective frontier and cross-frontier methods are presented in Tables 5 and 6.
Since the computer-assisted-instruction program, CornerStone, did incorporate three of the mechanisms that have been shown to increase learning, the alternative hypothesis
to the first null hypothesis was [H.
Carlson and Mitchener argue that an alternative hypothesis
can reconcile these seemingly disparate findings.
The null hypothesis was rejected and the alternative hypothesis
A disconfirmatory strategy is the the search for or gathering of information that would support an alternative hypothesis
that is contradictory to the original hypothesis.
Table 1 presents the ADF and the PP tests for the null hypothesis that each series contains a unit root against the alternative hypothesis
that it does not.
He admits the paucity of documentary evidence, but, arguing that this is "an intellectually liberating condition" (104), uses Irish Pilgrimage to propose an alternative hypothesis
An alternative hypothesis
, that males live longer than females (which would lead to greater cumulative probability of infection), is inadequate (Kuenzi et al.
b], was tested against the alternative hypothesis