Claim: Lead in drinking water will harm humans
Which of the following pieces of data will be best evidence to support this claim?After using water that contains high levels of lead, people started experiencing joint pain.
b. After using water that contains high levels of lead, people noticed that their toothbrush is stained yellow.
c. After using water that contains high levels of lead, people reported a metallic taste.
d. After using water that contains high levels of lead, people reported leaking pipes.

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  1. Again, no data= no answer. You can see the data, we can't.

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  2. Definitely not D. Probably not B, because the question asks about humans. A or C, I am inclined towards A.

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  3. I vote for A also.

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