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A Statistics student properly simulated the length of checkout lines in a grocery store and then reported, “The average length of the line will be 3.2 people.” What’s wrong with this conclusion?
The conclusion should indicate that the simulation suggests that the average length of the linewould be 3.2 people. Future results might not match the simulated results exactly.
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