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In a one to twopage Microsoft Word document, for each hypothesis listed indicate:
Whether the appropriate analysis would be a onetailed test or a twotailed test.
A type I and type II error, given the context of the hypothesis.
Hypothesis:
The three treatments tested differ in how well they work.
Children receiving supportive therapy will get worse over time (at posttreatment).
Girls will do better than boys with treatment (any treatment).

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