The number of customers at a specialty meat store averages about 1900 /day. The exact number varies from day to day. On Fridays before long weekends,...
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The number of customers at a specialty meat store averages about 1900

style="color:rgb(0,0,0);">/day. The exact number varies from day to day. On Fridays before long weekends, the number of customers increases to about 3800. Which of the following statements is correct? 


The variation in number of customers on a typical day is an example of common cause variation.


The increase in the number of customers before long weekends is an example of common cause variation.

    

The variation in the number of customers on a typical day is an example of special cause variation.


The increase in the number of customers before long weekends is variation that is due neither to common causes nor to special causes but is just an outlier.

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