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I am having problem with this questions...

6% of the elderly men are tall (2.0 feet). Yet, their middle-aged offsprings, 15% of them are the same height (2.0 feet). What is wrong with the conclusion from these data that being tall is bad for longevity?
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Quote by Harlot
I am having problem with this questions...

6% of the elderly men are tall (2.0 feet). Yet, their middle-aged offsprings, 15% of them are the same height (2.0 feet). What is wrong with the conclusion from these data that being tall is bad for longevity?


are these, by chance, hobbits?
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#3
2 foot men are considered tall in canada?
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Quote by Harlot
I am having problem with this questions...

6% of the elderly men are tall (2.0 feet). Yet, their middle-aged offsprings, 15% of them are the same height (2.0 feet). What is wrong with the conclusion from these data that being tall is bad for longevity?

wat.

EDIT: isn't "being tall is bad for longevity" an oxymoron?
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I am having problem with this questions...

6% of the elderly men are tall (2.0 feet). Yet, their middle-aged offsprings, 15% of them are the same height (2.0 feet). What is wrong with the conclusion from these data that being tall is bad for longevity?

Correlation =/= causation, obviously.

I couldn't really understand what you had written though.
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Correlation =/= causation, obviously.

I couldn't really understand what you had written though.


Thankyou, the question itself is confusing thanks
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Quote by Harlot
I am having problem with this questions...

6% of the elderly men are tall (2.0 feet). Yet, their middle-aged offsprings, 15% of them are the same height (2.0 feet). What is wrong with the conclusion from these data that being tall is bad for longevity?

its not saying that their dieing before the other peoples.
Edit its also not saying when they reached that height.
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its not saying that their dieing before the other peoples.
Edit its also not saying when they reached that height.
I would imagine during puberty.



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