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Absorption rates into the body are important considerations when manufacturing a generic version of a brand-name drug. A pharmacist read that the absorption rate into the body of a new generic drug (G) is the same as its brand-name counterpart (B). She has a researcher friend of hers run a small experiment to test H0: μG - μB = 0 against the alternative HA: μG - μB ≠0. Which of the following would be a Type I error?

▸ Deciding that the absorption rates are different, when in fact they are not.

▸ The researcher cannot make a Type I error, since he has run an experiment.

▸ Deciding that the absorption rates are different, when in fact they are.

▸ Deciding that the absorption rates are the same, when in fact they are.

▸ Deciding that the absorption rates are the same, when in fact they are not.
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Deciding that the absorption rates are different, when in fact they are not.
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