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Instances of Simpson's Paradox

by Thomas R. Knapp (University of Rochester)

This article originally appeared in:
College Mathematics Journal
June, 1985

Subject classification(s): Statistics and Probability
Applicable Course(s): 6.0 Elementary Statistics

Comparisons of averages lead to intuitive contradiction.

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