the relative risk of developing lung cancer are 15.0%. which of the following is most accurate interpretation of this information? A. individuals who have lung cancer are 15.0% more likely to smoke than individuals who do not have lung cancer B. individuals who have lung cancer are 15.0% times more likely to smoke than indivdiuals who do not have lung cancer c. Indivduals who smoke are 15.0 times more likely to develop lung cancer than indivduals who do not smoke. d. Individuals who smoke are 15.0% more likely to develop lung cancer than individuals who do not smoke.

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the relative risk of developing lung cancer are 15.0%. which of the following is most accurate interpretation of this information?

A. individuals who have lung cancer are 15.0% more likely to smoke than individuals who do not have lung cancer

B. individuals who have lung cancer are 15.0% times more likely to smoke than indivdiuals who do not have lung cancer

c. Indivduals who smoke are 15.0 times more likely to develop lung cancer than indivduals who do not smoke.

d. Individuals who smoke are 15.0% more likely to develop lung cancer than individuals who do not smoke.

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