Statistic Problem help.

Selecting an alpha level is an important part of conducting research. The lower your alpha level the less risk you have of making a type I error. However, as risk of making a type I error decreases your risk of making a type II error increases. First, can someone explain in their own words this relationship. Second, is one of the errors more detrimental. Use a real life example to support your conclusion.
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Asked Feb 06, 2012

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