# Statistics - Type I and Type II errors - Examples

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Describe the five steps of hypothesis testing. Compare Type I and Type II errors and give specific examples for each. Which error should be minimized the most and first?

Compare Type I and Type II errors and give specific examples for each. Which error should be minimized the most and first?

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This solution provides a detailed step by step explanation of the five steps of hypothesis testing. Additionally, it compares type I and type II errors and includes examples of each.

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Hypothesis Testing

The 5 steps in hypothesis testing are:

Step - 1 (Formulate and State the Hypothesis)

Step - 2 (Decide on the Significance Level and the Type of Test)

Step - 3 (State the Decision Rule)

Step - 4 (Calculate the Test Statistic)

Step - 5 (Calculate the p- value and State the Conclusion)

What happens in each step in best understood with the help of an example. Here is one:

Problem - The manufacturer of the X-15 steel-belted radial truck tire claims that the mean mileage the tire can be driven before the tread wears out is 60,000 miles. The standard deviation of the mileage is 5,000 miles. The Crosset ...

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