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Asked Oct 16, 2019

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Rejecting a false null hypothesis results in a

Type I error |
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Type II error |
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loss of power |
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correct decision |

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Rejecting a true null hypothesis result, is in Type-I error.

Failing to reject a false null hypothesis result, is ...

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