If you fail to reject the Null Hypothesis, this means the Null Hypothesis is true.
g.
True or False
The significance level of the test is chosen to reflect the maximum probability of
making type I error the designer is willing to take.

4.
Here are several proposed sets of null and alternative hypotheses. Determine if the hypotheses are valid or not
valid for the models we have covered in our class. If the model is not valid, briefly explain why the model is not
valid.
Hypotheses
Circle one
choice
If Hypotheses are Not Valid, briefly explain why
15
:
15
:
>
≥
μ
μ
A
O
H
H
Valid
Not Valid
5
:
5
:
=
≠
μ
μ
A
O
H
H
Valid
Not Valid
20
:
20
:
≠
=
X
H
X
H
A
O
Valid
Not Valid
6
.
:
6
.
:
<
≥
p
H
p
H

5.
Choose the correct model (test statistic) for the following problems: