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StatisticsQ&A LibraryFalsifying Data A researcher at the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center was once criticized for falsifying data. Among bis data were figures obtained from 6 groups of mice, with 20 individual mice in each group. The following values were given for the percentage of successes in each group: 53%, 58%, 63%, 46%, 48%, 67%. What’s wrong with those values?Question

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Falsifying Data A researcher at the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center was once criticized for falsifying data. Among bis data were figures obtained from 6 groups of mice, with 20 individual mice in each group. The following values were given for the percentage of successes in each group: 53%, 58%, 63%, 46%, 48%, 67%. What’s wrong with those values?

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The given information is that the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center, a researcher was criticized for providing false data. The percentage of success for each of the 6 groups of mice are given as 53%, 58%, 63%, 46%, 48% and 67%. Also, a sample of 20 mice in each of the group is considered.

There are 6 different groups of mice in which each group consisted of 20 individual mice. Since the sample size is 20, the percentages should be multiples of 5.

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Answers may vary according to the number of success taken. Suppose if there are 13 successes in 20...

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