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    Evaluation of statistical data.

    Thank you all
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    Evaluation of statistical data.

    No, I don't need to mess with the data to get to that phrase, let's say the phrase describes the data accurately. In my opinion, that's the only phrase ever to be used, without even trying to estimate the future. But if I have to do it, my question is if B and D are the right way to do so...
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    Evaluation of statistical data.

    It's just about the correct way to speak about the statistical data in terms of probabilities (or opportunities). My opinion is there's a lot of variables and conditions involved in a murder, and so B and D somehow consider those variables to have a value, or those conditions to be met when they...
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    Evaluation of statistical data.

    Let's say I have the following statistical data: 9 out of 10 murders are committed by men. Can someone please tell me, if all the phrases below accurately describe the statistical data above? A- "People have 9 times more chances to get killed by a man than by a woman" B- "The probability that...