In order for an airline to cancel a flight, there needs to be over 6 inches of snow on the ground. Suppose we want to do a test to prove there is over 6 inches of snow on the ground. (Hint: In order to answer this question, you should first write out the null and alternative hypotheses). ROUND TO FOUR DECIMAL PLACES a. What is the type I error I could make here? Describe it in terms of this situation, NOT a general definition. b. What is the type II error I could make here? Describe it in terms of this situation, NOT a general definition. c. Which one has more severe consequences and why? Are both bad?

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In order for an airline to cancel a flight, there needs to be over 6 inches of snow on the ground. Suppose we want to do a test to prove there is over 6 inches of snow on the ground. (Hint: In order to answer this question, you should first write out the null and alternative hypotheses).
ROUND TO FOUR DECIMAL PLACES
a. What is the type I error I could make here? Describe it in terms of this situation, NOT a general definition.
b. What is the type II error I could make here? Describe it in terms of this situation, NOT a general definition.
c. Which one has more severe consequences and why? Are both bad?

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