Statement a is incorrect the p value does not gauge

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statement (a) is incorrect . The P -value does NOT gauge how effective something (i.e. the treatment ) is . ( B ) This statement (b) is correct . The null hypothesis ( H 0 ) was rejected which is an indication that the treatment has some effect . ( C ) This statement (c) is incorrect . The probability of committing Type I is presupposed by the significance level , α = 0.05 , which is value set beforehand . ( D ) This statement (d) is incorrect . The probability of committing Type II depends on the effect size , which in this case was not known. ( E ) This statement (e) is correct . The following was originally true, P -value α [significance level] as 0.04 [
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  • Fall '17
  • John doe
  • Null hypothesis, Hypothesis testing, Statistical hypothesis testing, Type I and type II errors, Statistical power

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