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Evidence needed to reject the Null Hypothesis

To extend the analogy even further--the evidence needed to reject the presumption of innocence is guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. The evidence needed to reject the null hypothesis is an inferential statistical result that is very unlikely to have occurred by chance alone (i.e., less than 5 times out of 100, or p<.05).

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The sentence is in the context of the p- value (probability value) in hypothesis testing. The law holds an accused innocent
until he is proved guilty beyond a ...

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