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Statistical Issues 1 Statistical Issues Mat 126 March 27, 2011
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Statistical Issues These two exercises focus on fundamental concepts within the field of mathematics. The first of these states that one product is better than another and that are not always the case, however, in this instance there is actually evidence to prove that the product may actually better. The second focuses on the ability to determine erroneous conclusions which are a conclusion that does not logically follow the premises stated in the problem. In addition, they usually do not meet the laws of logic. For example, if you say all A’s are B’s and all B’s are C’s then logically speaking we would conclude that when all A’s are C’s and all C’s are A’s and that is not the case. Comment on the statement “In a recent clinical study, Brand ABC was proved to be 1950 percent better than creatine” This statement is trying to imply that Brand ABC is better than creatine. But, it is trying to give a wrong interpretation to the readers by saying that one is better than
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