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Was this an observational study or an experiment? Justify your answer.

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Intro Stats / AP Statistics

Chapter 11

Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data

Section 2

Inference for Relationships

Confidence Intervals

The Chi-Square Distribution

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kind of the problem. Asked us to see whether is an observational. We're experimental study. There we go. Well, in Occupational city, there's a really key waited. Think of this. That's the observational study. Nothing changes. We just simply, uh, make some observation of something. It's already happening versus an experimental study where we have a control group, an experimental group. I will go to study here. Something is definitely changing. We have two different cases here, so that's out for that reason alone. Also, we could think of this. I would argue that our control group is gonna be the 125 because that's what we typically do. And then I would argue this here to Fore Czar Experimental Group. So it is a experimental

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