Beta decreases 

Beta increases 

beta is unaffected 

cannot be determined 
3 points
QUESTION 18
If alpha is 0.05 and the p value for your obtained statistic is 0.01, you could be making a _________.
either a Type II error or correct decision 

either a Type II error or a Type I error 

either a Type I error or a correct decision 

all of these
3 points QUESTION 16 1. If one draws all possible samples for various values of N from the same population of raw scores, as Nincreases _________.

1.
Since
Alpha: Probability of falsely rejecting H0
Beta: Probability of falsely accepting H0
so as its clear from the definition that both cannot go in the same way hence if alpha changed from 0.05 to 0.01 (decreased ) so Beta will increase Hence
Beta increases
Question 18.
Alpha=0.05 Pvalue =0.01
since P Value is less than level of significance hence we reject Ho so there are chances that we falsely rejecting H0 or its correct to reject H0 Hence
either a Type I error or a correct decision
3)
P value is probability of getting result at least as extreme as observed data under null hypothesis
so The P value represents
the probability of having gotten our obtained value or one more extreme just by chance.
Question 16
Since standard error of mean given by
so as n increase SE will decrease hence
the standard error of the mean decreases
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