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Do blondes really have more fun? Do gentlemen really prefer blondes? In a 2005 survey at Florida State University a sample of 50 men were shown pictures of women with various colors of hair. In a preference questionnaire, 46% of the men preferred brown hair, 27% chose black, only 19% gave blondes the top rating, and 7% went for redheads. If the FSU researchers reasoned that, of the estimated 98,900,000 adult males then living in the United States, about 18,800,000 of them preferred blondes, this would be an example of _____ statistic

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seriously?
yep it is a math question
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would it be a poll
wow, funny.
wow ok lol its inferential statistics
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