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Type I errors may occur with ______ results and type II errors with ______ results. statistically significant, statistically significant statistically significant, statistically
non-significant statistically non-significant, statistically significant statistically non-significant, statistically non-significant
Type I errors may occur with statistically significant results and type II errors with statistically non-significant results. [ Source: ]
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Sorry, that link is not the correct link for that answer. The correct lin is this-
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O kabira, please be careful when posting links. Also, comments should be posted under the Comment section.
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