:2. Suppose that a test of a null hypothesis against a
specified alternative hypothesis results in an observed
significance level of 4%. Then one of the following best
describes the situation. Which one?
a. The chance that the null hypothesis is correct is 4%.
b. Either the alternative hypothesis is correct and an
unusual event has occurred (one which had a chance of only
4% of occurring), or the alternative hypothesis is
correct.
c. Either the null hypothesis is correct and an unusual event
has occurred (one which had a chance of only 4% of
occurring), or the alternative hyppothesis is correct.
d. The chance that the alternative hypothesis is incorrect is
4%.
e. The chance that the null hypothesis is correct is 4%.