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In a survey of 80 high school football players who committed to play in the Division III CCIW conference, 64 said that they would work out in their high school weight rooms in the summer before college. The margin of error for the survey was 6%. A census of all CCIW football players (not just freshmen) showed that 59% worked out at their high schools. One can conclude that:
A. the subjects were less than forthcoming in their responses to the survey.

B. the sample was not representative of the population.

C. there must have been an error in the determination of the margin of error.

D. the census results are consistent with the confidence interval of the study.

is it B

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  1. I'm not sure what CCIW means, but if it involves college freshmen, then I would agree.

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