### Rejecting or revising hypotheses involves reasoned arguments.

#### Appropriate statistical tests can be sufficient evidence to reject Null Measurable Hypotheses. However, reasoned arguments are typically necessary to reject Measurable Hypotheses that are not Null Hypotheses or to reject General Hypotheses. Arguments to to revise Measurable Hypotheses can start with questioning assumptions that led to the [rejected] Measurable Hypothesis. Arguments to revise General Hypotheses can employ frameworks such as Hill's Criteria.

25) SUPPORTING GENERAL HYPOTHESES27) ADVANCING UNDERSTANDING AND APPLICATION