Other than type i and type ii errors there are two

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Other than Type I and Type II errors, there are two other possibilities: we fail to reject H 0 when we should because H 0 is true or we reject H 0 against H 1 when we should because H 1 is true. Some authors use the language “reject H 0 ” and “accept H 0 .” The latter is less desirable than “fail to reject H 0 ” for reasons we will see. 15
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