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A study was done on children 6 months to 18
A study was done on children (6 months to 18 years of age) who had (nonlethal) scorpion stings. Each child was randomly assigned to receive an experimental anti-venom or a placebo. Good results were no symptoms after four hours. Make a summary of the data in the form of a two-way table. Label the columns Antivenom and Placebo. Label the rows Better and Not Better. Compare the percentage better for the antivenom group and the placebo group.
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