Number | Statement |

1 | You have absolutely disproved the null hypothesis (that is, there is no difference between the population means). |

2 | You have found the probability of the null hypothesis being true. |

3 | You have absolutely proved your experimental hypothesis (that there is a difference between the population means). |

4 | You can deduce the probability of the experimental hypothesis being true. |

5 | You know, if you decide to reject the null hypothesis, the probability that you are making the wrong decision. |

6 | You have a reliable experimental finding in the sense that if, hypothetically, the experiment were repeated a great number of times, you would obtain a significant result on 99% of occasions. |

Number | Statement |

1 | You have absolutely disproved the null hypothesis (that is, there is no difference between the population means). |

2 | You have found the probability of the null hypothesis being true. |

3 | You have absolutely proved your experimental hypothesis (that there is a difference between the population means). |

4 | You can deduce the probability of the experimental hypothesis being true. |

5 | You know, if you decide to reject the null hypothesis, the probability that you are making the wrong decision. |

6 | You have a reliable experimental finding in the sense that if, hypothetically, the experiment were repeated a great number of times, you would obtain a significant result on 99% of occasions. |

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