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DD99
 4 years ago
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whether the researcher has made a correct decision, a Type I error, or a Type II error. Support your answer.
a. Scenario 1
Null hypothesis: There is no difference in the average length of stay in Hospital A and Hospital B.
Decision: Fail to reject the null hypothesis
Status of population: The average length of stay is longer in Hospital B than in Hospital A.
b. Scenario 2
Null hypothesis: There is no difference in the average charges in Hospital A and Hospital B.
Decision: Reject the null hypothesis.
Status of population: The average charges are higher in Hospital B than in
DD99
 4 years ago
question continue whether the researcher has made a correct decision, a Type I error, or a Type II error. Support your answer. a. Scenario 1 Null hypothesis: There is no difference in the average length of stay in Hospital A and Hospital B. Decision: Fail to reject the null hypothesis Status of population: The average length of stay is longer in Hospital B than in Hospital A. b. Scenario 2 Null hypothesis: There is no difference in the average charges in Hospital A and Hospital B. Decision: Reject the null hypothesis. Status of population: The average charges are higher in Hospital B than in

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TransendentialPI
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Part A: This is a type 2 error. Hospital A has a longer average length of sty. Part B: A Correct decision since the status of the pop states that the average cost in B is greater than A.
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