I was given the following handout:
I know how to get the power, because this is 1 - beta = 1 - .40 = .60. But I just don't get how beta was calculated using the above figures.Quote:
Alpha = 0.05
Effect size = 0.3
Sample size n = 40
From these figures we can compute that:
Beta = 0.40
Power = 0.60
Plus, if I have the following problem:
A sample size of 102 will be sufficient to detect an effect size of 0.5 with 80% power at the 0.05 level of significance.
a) What are the type 1 and type 2 error rates?
To get the type 1 error do I look at the alpha, which in this case is 0.05? Therefore, the probability of a Type 1 error = 5% ?
To get the type 2 error is it 1 - Power?
I think that I need to know the value of beta to determine my type 2 error? But I just don't understand how to get beta.
I'd be ever so grateful if someone could explain to me how I'd manage to calculate my type 2 error.