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Unformatted text preview: α = 5%. In general, a confidence interval with a confidence level of C% corresponds to a twosided hypothesis test with an α level of 100 – C%. Finding Alpha (1sided Test) • For a onesided test with α = 5%, the corresponding confidence interval has a confidence level of 90% (5% in each tail). In general, a confidence interval with a confidence level of C% corresponds to a onesided hypothesis test with an α level of )% 100 ( 2 1 CType I and Type II Error (Don’t need to know) • A Type I error is when you reject Ho in which it is actually true. This happens when we drew an unusual sample. • A Type II error is when we accept Ho in which it is actually false....
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