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: Stat-201 Statistics for the life sciences Term Test 1 - October 2006 No aids are permitted except for standard scientific calculators. No cell phones, PDAs, music players, or other electronic items are permitted. Enter your name and student number on the multiple choice bubble sheet. Select the BEST answer from each of the following multipe choice question and enter your response on the bubble sheet. If you...

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