(a) If the 11:5 and 13:3 ratios are the only two reasonable theories to consider, would you...

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(a) If the 11:5 and 13:3 ratios are the only two reasonable theories to consider, would you have compelling evidence that the theory you selected in Exercise 9.S.12 is the correct theory? Explain.
(b) If there are also other possible theoretical ratios that weren't considered, would you have compelling evidence that the theory you selected in Exercise 9.S.12 is the correct theory? Explain.
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Statistics For The Life Sciences

ISBN: 9780321989581

5th Edition

Authors: Myra Samuels, Jeffrey Witmer, Andrew Schaffner

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