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Unformatted text preview: in weather especially, and possibly the occupations and lifestyles of the volunteers. d) In order to tentatively accept the hypothesis, there should be fewer or no volunteers with colds in the experimental group. To tentatively reject the hypothesis, the number of volunteers who develop colds should be similar in both the experimental and control group, or there should be more volunteers in the experimental group who developed colds....
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- Fall '11