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    A hypothesis could be that the rate of teenage crime (13-19 year olds) 50 years ago in the United States was significantly lower than the rate of teenage crime is today.

    What would be the contrary viewpoints to the proposed hypothesis which would make it void?

    What is your position on this?

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    A hypothesis could be that the rate of teenage crime (13-19 year olds) 50 years ago in the United States was significantly lower than the rate of teenage crime is today.

    Yes, you could have a hypothesis that the teenage crime rate in 1962 was significantly lower than the teenage crime rate in 2012. If you were to do a hypothesis test, your null and alternative hypotheses would be the following:

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    Solution Summary

    This solution provides the null and alternative hypothesis for the scenario and answer questions on contrary viewpoints and the expert's opinion on the topic. References used are included.

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