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We have two distributions: A (M = 66.7, 95% CI = [60.3, 67.1]) / B (M = 71.3 95% CI = [67.7, 74.9]). Erin maintains that B is significantly larger than A. Provide your opinion on Erin’s argument and justify your opinion.

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Erin is right because the lower limit of the confidence level of B is higher than the upper limit of the confidence level of A

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