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2. Assume that you want to test whether boxes of Trader Joe’s Pretzel Slims contain Ll
exactly 8 ounces of pretzels as claimed by the manufacturer. How could yéu make a ' Type II Error in this context? l 1 j j‘ a. The claim is true and you reject it b. The claim is true and you fail to reject it w r“— J t '_ {2' in kiwi“ (1,3!
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a The claim is false and you fail to reject it 0t: c :91 I“ 3. You are doing a hypothesis test with three possible levels of signiﬁcance: 2.5%, 3.5%
and 5%. Under which level of signiﬁcance is the probability of rej ecting a true I hypothesis the highest?
a. 2.5% b. 3.5% @ d. cannot be determined
1,: 5,; s 4. The p-value for a right tailed hypothesis test is .1037. The p-value for a second right
tailed hypothesis test is 0.0564. At a 10% level of signiﬁcance, the null hypothesis
will: ' a. be rejected for the ﬁrst and second test
b. be rejected for the ﬁrst but not the second test
. not be rejected for either test
@ be rejected for the second but not the ﬁrst test Ea null hypothesis is rejected at the 9% level of significance for a left tailed test, I o " (>in ' i
which of the following is true? ' a. it will be rejected at the 5% level of signiﬁcance
b. it will not be rejected at the 7% level of signiﬁcance twill be rejected at the 2% level of signiﬁcance
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