Question

Which conclusions are supported by Figure ?

a. Adoptive fathers of obese children have a higher BMI than adoptive
fathers of thin children.

b. Adoptive mothers of thin children have a lower BMI than adoptive mothers of obese children.

c. Biological fathers of obese children have a higher BMI than adoptive fathers of thin children.

d. Both a and b.

e. Both a and c.

Biological parents
Adoptive parents
Father
Father
Mother
Overweight
biological parents
tend to have
overweight
children.
There is no consistent
association between
the weight of children
and that of their
Mother
adoptive parents.
Thin
Obese
Thin
Obese
Adoptee weight class
Adoptee weight class
BMI of parents
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Biological parents Adoptive parents Father Father Mother Overweight biological parents tend to have overweight children. There is no consistent association between the weight of children and that of their Mother adoptive parents. Thin Obese Thin Obese Adoptee weight class Adoptee weight class BMI of parents