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Identify the type I error that correspond to the given hypothesis.The percentage of college students who own cars is equal to 35%.
a.Reject the null hypothesis that the percentage of college students who own cars is equal to 35 % when that the percentage is actually different from 35%.
b.Fail to reject the null hypothesis that the percentage of college students who own cars is equal to 35% when that percentage is actually different from 35%.
c.Fail to reject the null hypothesis that the percentage of college students who own cars is equal to 35% when the percentage

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b i think

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Thank you. What would the answer be if we were to look at the type II error?

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not sure

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im not good at these

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Oh ok thank you anyway though

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