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The screening process for detecting a rare disease is not perfect. Researchers have developed a blood test that is considered fairly reliable. It gives a positive reaction in 94.8% of the people who have that disease. However, it erroneously gives a positive reaction 3.3% of the people who do not have the disease. Consider the null hypothesis the individual does not have the disease,to answer the following questions. o. What is the probability of a Type l error? (Round your answer to 3 declmal places.) Probablity b. What is the probability of a Type ll error? (Round your answer to 3 declmal places.)

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