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mnno'm an'm Dno'm -no'm Which ofthe following statements about Type I and Type [1 errors is correct Type I: Reject a true alternative hypothesis....

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mn—no‘m an‘m D—no‘m fi-no‘m Which ofthe following statements about Type I and Type [1 errors is correct Type I: Reject a true alternative hypothesis. Type 11: Do not reject a false alternative.
Type I: Do not reject a false null hypothesis. Type II: Reject a true null hypothesis.
Type I: Reject a false null hypothesis. Type II: Reject a true null hypothesis. Type I: Reject a true null hypothesis. Type 11: Do not reject a false null hypothesis. In hypothesis testing the symbol at represents, The level ofsignificance, or the probability ofcommittingaType I error.
The level ofsignificance, or the probability ofcommittingaType 11 error.
The probability ofrejecting a true null hypothesis. The probability ofnot rejecting a false null hypothesis Both a and c are correct. You are testingthe hypothesis that the population mean vehicle speed on a freeway is 80
mph. The null and alternative hypothesis statements for this test are: Hp u=80 Hp u¢80
Hp “:30 Hp u=80
Hp u280 Hp u<82
Hp u<80 Hp u280 You are testingthe hypothesis that the mean textbook expense per semester at IUPUI is or
least $500. The null and alternative hypothesis statements for this test are: Hg: usSOO H1: u>500
Hp u<500 Hp u2500
Hp u2500 Hp u<500 Hg: u>500 H1: usSOO

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