Which of the following accurately describes the effect of increasing the alpha level?
Question options:
a.

Decreases the risk of a Type I error and has no effect on the standard error

b.

Decreases the standard error and has no effect on the risk of a Type I error

c.

Increases the standard error and has no effect on the risk of a Type I error

d.

Increases the risk of a Type I error and has no effect on the standard error

Correct Answer Option D
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