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    Populations of Interest
    Many believe that GM's demise could lead to a ripple effect and cause many other businesses to go under. This ripple effect, many think, could cause the United States to slip out of a recession and lead the country into a depression. The group will research this effect to see what populations could be affected

    Question:
    What population of interest could be affected?

    Question.
    Based on the reading what are the theories that support the null and alternative hypothesis that will be tested?

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    Question.
    Based on the reading what are the theories that support the null and alternative hypothesis that will be tested?

    According to your paper, the problem that is being investigated is "the lack of efficient business management decisions at General Motors". Problems internal and external to the company are causing sales/profits to decline. Specifically, sales have decreased 11% over the past year. This may be due to poor management or it might be due to other factors (price of gas, world economic troubles, etc.).

    The null hypothesis would be that GM business management decisions are not to blame for the decrease in GM sales.
    The alternative hypothesis would be that GM business management decisions are to blame for the decrease in GM sales.

    (The alternative hypothesis is what you are investigating/what you think might be true; the null hypothesis is the opposite statement. I ...

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    The solution uses information found in a paper to identify the population of interest and theories that support the null and alternative hypotheses.

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