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test with no fixed significance level. P = .003 which doesn’t support Ho. Ho:µ = 3.4 kg. Ha: µ < 3.4 kg.Questions 19 and 20refer to the scenario below:An advertisement claims HairBuilder cures male pattern baldness. Your father wouldn’t mind having more hair and is evaluating the advertisement’s claim.19. If your father makes a Type I error in his evaluation, which of the following will be true?A.The cure really works, but your father doesn’t believe the claim and doesn’t buy the medicationB.The cure really works, and your father believes the claim and buys the medication.C.The cure doesn’t work, but your father believes the claim and buys the medication.D.The cure doesn’t work, and your father doesn’t believe the claim and doesn’t buy the medication.E.None of these will be true. You must have a specific alternative in order to determine the risks of a Type I error.
20. If your father makes a Type II error in his evaluation, which of the following will be true?21. Which of the following best describes the power of a test?