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## Problem 2BSC Chapter 1.4

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Problem 2BSC

Observational Study and Experiment You want to conduct a study to determine whether fruit consumption leads to reduced weight. Why would an experiment be better than an observational study?

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By doing an experiment, the chance of having the results affected by some variable that is not included in the study is minimized.

An experiment which has as imposed treatment, reduces the possibility of lurking variables....

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