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A marketing firm claims that its ad campaign will increase sales of a toy during the holidays by 25%. What would the null hypothesis be in this scenario?

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  1. triciaal
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    not the best stats person what I got from this is that everyone will see the ad people seeing the ad will definitely buy

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