Do you include confounding variables in null hypothesis?

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Do you include confounding variables in null hypothesis?

Confounding Variables:

Confounding variables are additional, third variables that can influence the independent and dependent variable in an experiment resulting in an inaccurate conclusion to the experiment.

Answer and Explanation:

Confounding variables are not included in the null hypothesis but rather are controlled for in an experiment. For example, if a researcher wants to...

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Confounding & Bias in Statistics: Definition & Examples

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