PLEASE HELP!!!! URGENT!!!
Explain why the following statement is NOT true: "The day before a big election, a pre-election survey showed that Candidate A got 52%, and Candidate B got 48%. The margin of error is 3%. If nothing changes, Candidate A will win. "
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So, it is possible that A is at 49% and B is at 51%,
so B could be winning if nothing changes.

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