Null Hypothesis : Mean of Intra-subject Time to Haemostasis (TTH) = > 10 min

Alternate Hypothesis : Mean of Intra-subject Time to Haemostasis (TTH) </= 10 min

Sample Size : = 70

I have TTH values for all the 70 samples as performed during the study.

I calculated values for (TTH - 10) for all samples.

After this, I performed paired sample t test, at significance 0.05 , two tailed for values of (TTH) & (TTH-10) (https://www.socscistatistics.com/tests/ttestdependent/default.aspx)

The value of p is .01081. The result is significant at p < .05.

Please help to know if this means that the null hypothesis is rejected in favour of alternate hypothesis.

Alternate Hypothesis : Mean of Intra-subject Time to Haemostasis (TTH) </= 10 min

Sample Size : = 70

I have TTH values for all the 70 samples as performed during the study.

I calculated values for (TTH - 10) for all samples.

After this, I performed paired sample t test, at significance 0.05 , two tailed for values of (TTH) & (TTH-10) (https://www.socscistatistics.com/tests/ttestdependent/default.aspx)

The value of p is .01081. The result is significant at p < .05.

Please help to know if this means that the null hypothesis is rejected in favour of alternate hypothesis.

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