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Inferences Made by Researchers on Type 1 & 2 Error

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Find a research article; find the obtained value, and its level of significance. Discuss how comfortable you are with the inferences made by the researcher based on the theories of Type I and Type II errors.

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This solution is comprised of a detailed explanation on test statistics value, level of signficance and conclusion based on the analysis of a selected research article. Type I and Type II errors are explianed in the solution. The selected article is also attached in the solution for better understanding.

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