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# If a two-tailed hypothesis test has a 5% probability of rejecting the null hypothesis when the null is true, it is most likely that the:

Question:

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confidence level of the test is 95%.

Explaination

Rejecting the null hypothesis when it is true is a Type I error. The probability of a Type I error is the significance level of the test and one minus the significance level is the confidence level. The power of a test is one minus the probability of a Type II error, which cannot be calculated from the information given.

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