Logic of Hypothesis Testing 3-2
Researchers routinely choose an alpha level of 0.05 for testing their hypotheses. What are some experiments for which you might want a lower alpha level (e.g., 0.01)?
What are some situations in which you might accept a higher level (e.g., 0.1)?

Based on reading “Logic of Hypothesis Testing,” by Project Leader: David M. Lane, from Online Statistics Education: A Multimedia Course of Study.View “Type I and Type
II Errors,” by StatisticsLectures.com, located on the YouTube website.


Statistics 101: Single Sample Hypothesis t-Test – Part 1
View “Statistics 101: Single Sample Hypothesis t-Test – Part 1” by Brandon Foltz, located on the YouTube website.

please write 6 individual discussion posts based on these topic. Each post with minimum 4 substantial sentences with proper citaions.

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Logic of Hypothesis Testing 3-2
Researchers routinely choose an alpha level of 0.05 for testing their hypotheses. What are some experiments for which you might want a lower alpha level (e.g., 0.01)?
What are some situations in which you might accept a higher level (e.g., 0.1)?

Based on reading “Logic of Hypothesis Testing,” by Project Leader: David M. Lane, from Online Statistics Education: A Multimedia Course of Study.View “Type I and Type
II Errors,” by StatisticsLectures.com, located on the YouTube website.


Statistics 101: Single Sample Hypothesis t-Test – Part 1
View “Statistics 101: Single Sample Hypothesis t-Test – Part 1” by Brandon Foltz, located on the YouTube website.

please write 6 individual discussion posts based on these topic. Each post with minimum 4 substantial sentences with proper citaions.

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