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Suppose a researcher is interested in investigating the effectiveness of a new medication aimed to treat HIV. The following table represents the CD4 cell count for a SRS of individuals treated with the new medication.

Patient CD4 Patient CD4 Patient CD4 Count(cells/mm3) Count(cells/mm3) Count(cells/mm3)

A |
298 |
G |
311 |
M |
312 |

B |
306 |
H |
304 |
N |
296 |

C |
278 |
I |
275 |
O |
347 |

D |
304 |
J |
291 |
P |
367 |

E |
315 |
K |
286 |
Q |
275 |

F |
320 |
L |
333 |
R |
281 |

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