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After simulating the spread of a disease, a resea…

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Problem 13

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?

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The conclusion should indicate that the simulation suggests that the average length of the line
would be 3.2 people. Future results might not match the simulated results exactly.


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