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In hypothesis testing, as the α level gets smaller, the level of confidence increases. T or F, and why or why not? When you set the α level, you are setting the level of random chance that you are willing to accept. If you set α=.10, then you know that your results could be by chance 1/10 or 10% of the time. If you set α=.05, then you know that your results could be by chance 1/20 or 5% of the time. If you set α=.01, then you know that your results could be by chance 1/100 of 1% of the time. So, it is reasonable to say that your level of confidence in whether the obtained result is
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