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25 August, 05:38

Are elite runners thinner than the average person? Devon thinks that skin thickness of elite runners is thinner than the average person. He compares a data set of elite runners to regular people by looking at the skin thickness. Which statement correctly compares the two groups?

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  1. 25 August, 07:15
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    In the problem, it is the statement "He compares a data set of elite runners to regular people by looking at the skin thickness."

    The statement correctly compares the two groups because he is basing on a data set he collected. With this, it can be said that he actually differentiated and grouped the elite runners and regular people basing from skin thickness and from there, he could get a numerical presentation of data which will make his comparison valid.
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