For each of the following rejection regions, sketch the sampling distribution of t and indicate the location of the rejection region on your sketch.a. t> 2.718 where df11b. t1.782 where df12c. t 3.169 where df 10d. For each of parts a through c, what is the probability that a Type I error will be made?RejectionRejectionRegionRejectiona.Fo(Round to three decimal places as needed.)ryFor part b, the probability that a Type I error will be made is(Round to three decimal places as needed.)Vi(1Д)MoreEnter your answer in the answer box and then click Check AnswerCheck AnswerClear All1 partremainingahere to search

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For each of the following rejection regions, sketch the sampling distribution of t and indicate the location of the rejection region on your sketch.
a. t> 2.718 where df
11
b. t
1.782 where df
12
c. t<-3.169 or t> 3.169 where df 10
d. For each of parts a through c, what is the probability that a Type I error will be made?
Rejection
Rejection
Region
Rejection
a.Fo
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
ry
For part b, the probability that a Type I error will be made is
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
Vi
(1Д)
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For each of the following rejection regions, sketch the sampling distribution of t and indicate the location of the rejection region on your sketch. a. t> 2.718 where df 11 b. t 1.782 where df 12 c. t<-3.169 or t> 3.169 where df 10 d. For each of parts a through c, what is the probability that a Type I error will be made? Rejection Rejection Region Rejection a.Fo (Round to three decimal places as needed.) ry For part b, the probability that a Type I error will be made is (Round to three decimal places as needed.) Vi (1Д) More Enter your answer in the answer box and then click Check Answer Check Answer Clear All 1 part remaining a here to search

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a)

From the given information, the rejection region is t>2.718.

The rejection region is,

T-Distribution: PrT »= 2718)- 0.01
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T-Distribution: PrT »= 2718)- 0.01 40 035 030 05 22 915 910 40 -35 -30-25 20 -15-10 05 5 1 15 23 25 30 35 40

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b)

From the given information, the rejection region is t...

T-Distribution: Pr(T
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T-Distribution: Pr(T 40 35 036 20

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