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No answer provided yet.No. When you fail to reject the null hypothesis, it means the data you have is insufficient for you to reject it, it might be true or might be false, you're not certain either-way. But in the face of uncertainty, we accept the status-quo or no-change in things, which is why it is called the Null Hypothesis. 

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