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Suppose that a manufacturer is testing one of its machines to make sure that the machine is producing more than 97% good parts (H0 : p = 0.97 and HA : p > 0.97) . The test results in a P-value of 0.122. Unknown to the manufacturer, the machine is actually producing 99% good parts. What probably happens as a result of the testing?

▸ They fail to reject H0, making a Type I error.

▸ They fail to reject H0, making a Type II error.

▸ They reject H0, making a Type I error.

▸ They correctly reject H0.

▸ They correctly fail to reject H0.
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They fail to reject H0, making a Type II error.
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