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A researcher claims that​ 45% of students drop out of college. He conducts a hypothesis test and fails to reject the null hypothesis. What type of error could have been committed​ here?
 
A.
Type I
 
B.
There are never errors in hypothesis testing
 
C.
Power of the test
 
D.
Type II

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