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The mean caffeine content per cup of regular coffee served at a certain coffee shop is supposed to be 100mg. A test is made of Ho: μ=100 versus Ha: μ≠100. A sample of 35 cups does not provide enough evidence that the mean caffeine content is different from 100mg. Which type of error is possible in this situation?

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