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Students learn about Type I and Type II errors. Then, for a given scenario, students will calculate the probabilities of errors and the power of the test.
Students are introduced to Type I and Type II errors, and the concept of power. Self-check questions allow students to test their understanding of the concepts.
In the second part of the activity, students calculate type I and type II errors and the power of the test using a given scenario. They are led through steps of finding a z-interval and standardizing values to find the probability of type II errors.
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