hypothesis testing  by writing a paper that addresses the following:

• Provide an example of a hypothesis where a one-tailed hypothesis test would be used.
• Provide an example of a hypothesis where a two-tailed hypothesis test would be used.
• If a researcher has set alpha at 0.05 for a two-tailed hypothesis test, what is the p-value required to reject the null hypothesis?
• A researcher has set alpha at 0.05. When the researcher analyzes the  data from the experiment using a software program, she obtains a p-value equal to 0.932. Based on this p-value, should the researcher reject the null hypothesis or fail to reject the null hypothesis? Please explain your answer.
• A researcher has set alpha at 0.01. When the researcher analyzes the  data from the experiment using a software program, he obtains a p-value equal to 0.04. Based on this p-value, should the researcher reject the null hypothesis or fail to reject the null hypothesis? Please explain your answer.
• A researcher is interested in whether music played during an exam  will improve exam performance. Students in one class listen to music  during an exam and students in another class take the exam in silence.  The researcher set alpha at 0.05. Test scores for both classes are  compared using a statistical software program. The mean test score for  the class that listened to music during the exam is 95, while the mean  test score for the class that took the exam in silence is 82. The  obtained p-value from the independent groups t-test is 0.02. Be sure to answer the following questions:
• State the null and alternative hypothesis.