Give full and correct answer for this questions 1) A t-test is a ?2) Which of the following statement is true?

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Give full and correct answer for this questions 1) A t-test is a ? 2) Which of the following statement is true? a)The less likely one is to commit a type I error, the more likely one is to commit a type II error, b) A type I error has occurred when a false null hypothesis has been wrongly accepted. c) A type I error has occurred when a two-tailed test has been performed instead of a one-tailed test, d) None of the above statements is true. 3)Regarding the Central Limit Theorem, which of the following statement is NOT true? a.The mean of the population of sample means taken from a population is equal to the mean of the original population. b. The frequency distribution of the population of sample means taken from a population that is not normally distributed will approach normality as the sample size increases. c. The standard deviation of the population of sample means is equal to the standard deviation of the, original population. d. The frequency distribution of the population of sample means taken from a population that is not normally distributed will show less dispersion as the sample size increases.
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1) A parametric test used to compare two groups of data. 2) The less likely one is to commit a type I error, the more likely one is to commit a type II error. 3) The standard deviation of the population of sample means is equal to the standard deviation of the original population . Is NOT true
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