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 99.0% of the people who have that disease. However, it erroneously gives a positive reaction in 4.5% of the people who do not have the disease. Answer the following questions using the null hypothesis as “the individual does not have the disease.”a.What is the probability of Type I error? (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)b.What is the probability of Type II error? (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)