The type i error rate is the probability when the

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Unformatted text preview: tailed tests. The critical value is determined by our choice of Type I error rate. The Type I error rate is the probability, when the null hypothesis is true, of incorrectly rejecting it. We reject the null hypothesis whenever the test statistic is beyond the critical value, so the Type I error rate is the probability of all values beyond the critical value. By probability, we mean probability according to the null hypothesis. pH 0 ( t > tcrit ) = " (1) Note tha...
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