The label on a 3-quart container of orange juice states tha the orange juice contains an average of 1 gram of fat or less. Answer the following questions for a hypothesis test that could be used to test he claim on the label. A. Develop the appropriate null and alternative hypothesis B. What is the type I error in this situation? What ar ethe consequences of making this error? C. What is the Type II error in this situation? What are the concequences of making this error?

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The label on a 3-quart container of orange juice states tha the orange juice contains an average of 1 gram of fat or less. Answer the following questions for a hypothesis test that could be used to test he claim on the label.

A. Develop the appropriate null and alternative hypothesis

B. What is the type I error in this situation? What ar ethe consequences of making this error?

C. What is the Type II error in this situation? What are the concequences of making this error?

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