Posted by **Anonymous** on Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at 7:30pm.

A test is made of H0: mean = 27 versus H1: mean < 27. The true value of the mean is 27, and H0 is rejected. Is this a Type I error, Type II error, or a correct decision? How do I determine which is which???

Question 4 options:

1) Type II error

2) Type I error

3) Correct decision

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