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Explain the difference between the testwise alpha level and the experiment wise alpha level.

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To explain: The difference between test wise alpha level and the experiment wise alpha level.

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The test wise alpha level is the risk of a type I error for an individual hypothesis test.

In some cases, the experiment is carried out by conducting several tests. Experiment wise alpha level is the total probability of a type I error that is accumulated from all the individual’s tests in the experiment...

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