Super Easy Tutorial on the Probability of a Type 2 Error! - Statistics Help

Published at : 07 Dec 2020
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A clear and simple explanation of the steps to calculating the probability of a Type 2 error. It's actually very easy!

This is a tutorial on calculating the probability of a Type 2 error in a hypothesis testing question. It is assumed the viewer has some basic understanding of hypothesis testing, such as:

• Setting up the null & alternate hypothesis
• Rejection regions
• Standardising a sample mean on the normal distribution
• Using the cumulative standard normal probability tables

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