Recognizing Statistical Slips

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  1. I tend not to write a comment, but I browsed a bunch of remarks on Recognizing Statistical Slips | Read & Write BALL at UKI.
    I do have a few questions for you if it’s okay.
    Is it simply me or does it give the impression like some of these remarks
    look like they are left by brain dead folks? 😛 And, if you are writing on other online sites, I’d like
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  2. Which of these statements are correct? Give reasons for your answer.
    a. It is clear that people in rural areas must be drunkards.
    b. The lack of entertainment facilities in the rural areas may partly account for the lower amount spent on services.
    c. The wealthier you become in an urban area, the less you spent on rent.
    d. The average monthly income is higher in urban areas than in rural areas.
    e. The more wealthy a family is, the smaller will be the proportion of its income spent on food and other necessities of life.
    f. Expenditures on luxuries and recreation vary directly with the average monthly income.
    The final questions, whether correct or incorrect in each statement, seem to relate the above statistical contents. The students majoring in English had better, sometimes, accustom themselves to such statistical meanings, but don’t like reading intensively.

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