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When analyzing the slope in a regression analysis

(i.e., the relationship between the dependent variable and one of the independent variables), which of the following would be a Type I error?


a. To conclude that the slope (relationship) is not significant when it really is not.

b. To conclude that the slope (relationship) is significant when it really is not.

c. To conclude that the slope (relationship) is significant when it really is.

d. To conclude that the slope (relationship) is not significant when it really is.

e. There cannot be a Type I error in this situation.

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