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    How to find the alternate hypothesis

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    The alternate hypothesis does not have an equal and is the opposite direction of the null.

    1) If Ho: p >= .25, then the H1: is what?
    2) If H1: m >= 3.14, hten the Ho: is what?

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    1) If Ho: p >= .25, then the H1: is what?

    H1: p<0.25

    2) If H1: m >= 3.14, then the Ho: is ...

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    The solution explains the uses the concepts of how the hypothesis and alternate hypothesis fit together to find the latter in two cases.