More new questions »

Answered

In Statistics

This will reduce the type 1 error. Since type 1 error is rejecting the null hypothesis when it is true, decreasing alpha (or p value) decreases the risk of rejecting the null …hypothesis. (MORE)

Answered

In Health

It is thought that every 1:2000 Caucasian births results in someone who is genetically 'alpha-1 antitrypsin deficient'. This puts the potential deficient population in the US …at about 100,000 even though only a fraction of that number has been identified. For more information go to the related link below. (MORE)

Answered

In Health

An alpha is a dog/wolf that is a leader or hunter of a pack. Like in the movie "Alpha and Omega, omegas are wolfs that are not pack born. Alphas and Omegas can be male or fe…male. (MORE)

Answered

It's not such a simple answer I'm afraid. If you are asking how many people have 2 deficient genes for the production of Alpha-1 Antitrypsin in the liver (and other parts of… the body) then the answer is between 1 in 2000 live Caucasian births to one in ever 10 or 20,000. Right now in the USA and Canada there are roughly 10,000 identified alphas and estimates of another 90,000 undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. It is the number one autosomal recessive genetic condition humans face. As with many such conditions, having the deficiency is not a disease in and of itself. Being deficient simply means that you any or all of the skin, liver and/or lung diseases that can occur because of the deficiency. (MORE)

Answered

In Technology

The exact meaning of alpha and beta test stages varies, but in software engineering, a beta test (beta test release) is often thought as one providing "close to final" functio…nality, stable enough to be given to end-users, not developers. The aim of a beta test typically includes obtaining feedback on usability, usefulness and quality of the product. An alpha test (or alpha release) occurs at a much earlier stage. Often, key functionality planned for the final product is not yet available, and the product may not yet be stable. Goals of alpha testing include obtaining feedback on the general design of the product and its characteristic features. (MORE)

Answered

In Uncategorized

The Alpha 1 Antitrypsin Deficiency means that the body does not make enough protein to protect the liver and lungs from damage. AAT is given to patients to help them produce s…ome protein. If the patient smokes they are advised to quit. (MORE)

Answered

If you already have your p-value, compare it with 0.05. If the p-value is less than an alpha of 0.05, the t-test is significant. If it is above 0.05, the t-test is not signifi…cant. (MORE)

Answered

In Uncategorized

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

Answered

In Science

Im in statistics class and I been trying to figure out the answer too. I couldn't find it online. Luckily I had the answer to the problem I was trying answer, so to figure out… what it was I worked it backwards. BASICALLY I THINK ITS ANOTHER WAY OF SAYING (confidence interval) which for most problems is either 90% 95% 99% or in decimal form is .9 .95 .99 (MORE)

Answered

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4