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In a study conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a sample of 546 boys aged 6–11 was weighed, and it was determined that 87 of them were overweight. A sample of 508 girls aged 6–11 was also weighed, and 74 of them were overweight. Can you conclude that the proportion of boys who are overweight differs from the proportion of girls who are overweight?

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