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    How to do hypothesis test

    Remember, a hypothesis is just a statement of what you think the results of your graph or experiment will be. When it comes in the paper, there is no clear answer, and this makes it easier to get marks. For example, if John was going to be taking a sample between a group of girl and boys separately to see who runs the fastest. The hypothesis I would come up with Is, 'Boys are faster than girls in a race'. Normally, they ask you to come up with a conclusion at the end of the question to see if the results agree with your hypothesis. Again, there is no fixed answer. You can write yes or no if it was correct or incorrect. Do not go changing your hypothesis because a hypothesis is just a prediction. You will not lose marks.
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    I know this, but I have difficulty solving the sum, can I ask past paper questions

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