# Label each conclusion as correct or incorrect. If incorrect, label it as a Type I error or a Type II error. Use the following scenario. A biochemist has developed a test to determine if food is contaminated or not. The test operates with the null hypothesis that a food is not contaminated. Noncontaminated food is tested and it is called

Chapter 6, Exercises #105

Label each conclusion as “correct” or “incorrect.” If incorrect, label it as a “Type I error” or a “Type II error.” Use the following scenario. A biochemist has developed a test to determine if food is contaminated or not. The test operates with the null hypothesis that a food is not contaminated.

Noncontaminated food is tested and it is called “noncontaminated.”

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