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Another wrong conclusion After simulating the spread of a

Stats: Data and Models | 4th Edition | ISBN: 9780321986498 | Authors: Richard D. De Veaux, Paul F. Velleman, David E. Bock ISBN: 9780321986498 70

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Problem 18E

Problem 18E

Another wrong conclusion After simulating the spread of a disease, a researcher wrote, “24% of the people contracted the disease.” What should the correct conclusion be?

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Tay­La Jackson Scientific Principles of Health and Disease Wk1 (8/22­8/24)  Epidemiology  Epidemiology is the study of distribution and the determinants of health­related states or events in a specific population, and the application of the study to control health problems. o Centers for Disease Control defines this as the method used to find causes of health outcomes and disease in populations. o Epidemiology is data driven to observe and compare health problems to others.  Observes frequency of cases in a particular area during a specific time and compares to other data to assess whether data matches or differs from what is expected.  The 5

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Textbook: Stats: Data and Models
Edition: 4
Author: Richard D. De Veaux, Paul F. Velleman, David E. Bock
ISBN: 9780321986498

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