The purpose of the placebo is: (a) To prevent participants from knowing whether

The purpose of the placebo is: 

(a) To prevent participants from knowing whether they belong to the treatment group or the control group; 

(b) To distinguish between the cases and the controls in a case-control study; 

(c) To determine whether pulse rates are affected by participation in the trial.

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