Health issues due to being overweight affect all age groups. of children and adolescents 6-11 years of age,18.8% are found to be overweight. A school district randomly sampled 130 in this age group and found that 20 were considered overweight

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  39. Statistics

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  40. hcs 545

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  42. health care

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  43. arithmetic mean

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  44. psychlogical statistics

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  45. health

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  46. Healthcare

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  47. Healthcare

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  49. Maths

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  50. college

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  52. Health of young children

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  53. Essay writing

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  54. math

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  55. psychology

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  56. math

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  57. education

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  81. Statistics

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  99. Algebra

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