Posted by **Pat** on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at 8:56pm.

When conducting an inferential statistical analysis, and applying a conventional "critical p-value" of .05, the odds of making a Type I Error and "rejecting a true Null Hypothesis" is?

A. 1 in 30

B. 1 in 100

C. 1 in 20

D. 1 in 10

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