Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson

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Statistics and Lies

“There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain.

A mid-twentieth century book: Lessons on How to Lie with Statistics still holds true. 2020 was a year filled with lies and obfuscation which spread like wildfire on social media. What is real? What is fake?

Module 1 Discussion Week 1 ResourcesWithout learning to think statistically, we’ll never know when people are bending the truth (2020)3 Ways to Lie with Statistics (2021)How To Lie With Statistics (2020)Griggs: Chaos, butterflies, and numbers that lie (2021)

Week 1 Discussion Post

Based on the resources provided or your research, share how studying statistics, data analysis, and decision-making can provide a foundation for detecting lies or poorly supported “facts.” Consider a career/professional application rather than a personal one. (Research Support Required)

This post should be 2 paragraphs in length (150-200 words). Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite in the body of the post and add a reference list in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying in-text citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” on the grading rubric.

WEEK 1 INTERACTIVE RESPONSES TO CLASSMATES

1st Interactive Response:

·         Analyze one student’s application and compare/contrast it to your post.

2nd Interactive Response:

·         Analyze another student’s coverage of lies or poorly supported “facts” and compare/contrast it to your post.

Each reply should be one paragraph in length (or about 75 words) and must be substantive. Do not simply say “I agree” or “That is great”; specify why and be detailed in your explanation. You may use research in your responses, but it is not required.

Bias, Statistics and News

You have seen poll results and heard about statistics reported in the news. And there have been instances when two different groups cover the same statistics/data with different results or interpretations. Is one group lying?

Module 1 Discussion Week 2 ResourcesWhy stats in the news don’t often add up – and how to spot a fake (2021)Polls – can you really believe them? (2021)The Number Bias by Sanne Blauw review – how numbers can mislead us (2020)COVID-19, lies, and statistics: corruption and the pandemic (2021)Coronavirus, and the Media’s Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics (2020)

Based on the resources provided and internet research, find an example of two different sources promoting opposite points of view when reporting on the same statistics. Analyze how the arguments are laid out. Approach it scientifically rather than allowing bias to guide your interpretation. Provide hyperlinks to both sources. (Research Support Required)

This post should be 2 paragraphs in length (150-200 words). Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite in the body of the post and add a reference list in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying in-text citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” on the grading rubric.

WEEK 2 INTERACTIVE RESPONSES TO CLASSMATES1st Interactive Response:

·         Analyze one student’s analysis and point out perceived bias that you see in the post.

2nd Interactive Response:

·         Analyze another student’s coverage and share how your bias makes you more prone to believe one point of view over another.

Each reply should be one paragraph in length (or about 75 words) and must be substantive. Do not simply say “I agree” or “That is great”; specify why and be detailed in your explanation. You may use research in your responses, but it is not required.

In your own words, respond to the discussion and comments of classmates. Grades will be based on effectual, concise, and interactive feedback. The excessive use of quotes will directly impact performance since this indicates a lack of comprehension and shows that you may not have mastered the concepts.

Why a discussion post and reply each week? Planning and time management are invaluable skills for business professionals who juggle jobs, personal lives, and other endeavors. Coming to terms with balancing priorities in an academic setting is a transferable skill to the workplace. Making optimum decisions about scheduling can help you excel along the career path.

Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
Module 3 – Case CORRELATION REGRESSION ANALYSIS Assignment Overview Regression Analysis **Complete Module 3 SLP before Module 3 Case** This is your final data analysis project in class. You have become very familiar with the data and have a number of findings that may assist in managerial decision-making. The goal is to find what type of relationship exists between variables. Case 3 Resources Application of Regression Analysis in BusinessRegression Basics for Business AnalysisResponse variablesPredictor variablesHow to Perform Regression Analysis using Excel Case Assignment Regression Analysis Based on what you have learned from the data, generate a simple regression using variables of your choosing at 95% confidence interval. Explain why the two variables were chosen and why one is the dependent variable, and the other is the independent variable. Include the regression output in your paper. Interpret the following: R Square Adjusted R Square Standard Error ANOVA Table Coefficients Table Case 3 Assignment Guidance Files BUS520 Case 3 Assignment Video Guidance BUS520 Case 3 Assignment Guide Discuss implications for management. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required) Generate a multiple regression using variables of your choosing at 95% confidence interval. Explain why the variables were chosen and why one is the independent variable, and the others are independent variables. Include the regression output in your paper. Interpret the following: R Square Adjusted R Square Standard Error ANOVA Table Coefficients Table Discuss implications for management Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required) No quotations are permitted in this paper. Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite and reference the sources in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” across the grading rubric. This is a professional paper; not a personal one based on feelings. It must be written in the third person; this means words like “I”, “we”, and “you” are not appropriate. Assignment Expectations Use the attached APA-formatted template (BUS520 Case3) to create your submission. The template is set up in APA 7: double-spacing, font, margins, headings, page breaks, APA help links. Your submission will include: Trident University International’s cover page A paper with APA citations (2- to 3-sentence introduction, body (includes Excel output), 2- to 3-sentence conclusion) The reference list page in APA format Excel Spreadsheet. Grade will not be posted without Excel upload.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
Module 3 – SLP CORRELATION REGRESSION ANALYSIS Assignment Overview Correlation and Scatterplots **Complete Module 3 SLP before Module 3 Case** Let us delve into Organizational Commitment. In your earlier research, you discovered how important this is to a company. Now, we will investigate what types of correlations exist between Organizational Commitment and the three measures of job satisfaction. Session Long Project 3 Resources What is a scatterplot?Thoughts on trendlinesPresent your data in a scatter chart or a line chartUsing Excel to Calculate CorrelationWhat Do Correlation Coefficients Positive, Negative, and Zero Mean? SLP Assignment Organizational Commitment Run a correlation in Excel between Organizational Commitment and Overall Job Satisfaction. Create a Scatterplot with trendline for the variables. Interpret the output. How is the data correlated? Is it a strong relationship? (Include Correlation and Scatterplot in Word document) Run a correlation in Excel between Organizational Commitment and Intrinsic Job Satisfaction. Create a Scatterplot with trendline for the variables. Interpret the output. How is the data correlated? Is it a strong relationship? (Include Correlation and Scatterplot in Word document) Run a correlation in Excel between Organizational Commitment and Extrinsic Job Satisfaction. Create a Scatterplot with trendline for the variables. Interpret the output. How is the data correlated? Is it a strong relationship? (Include Correlation and Scatterplot in Word document) SLP 3 Assignment Guidance Files BUS520 SLP 3 Assignment Video Guidance BUS520 SLP 3 Assignment Guide Discuss implications for management. Research correlations between organizational commitment and job satisfaction connections between the variables you tested. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required) 1 page No quotations are permitted in this paper. Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite and reference the sources in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” across the grading rubric. This is a professional paper; not a personal one based on feelings. It must be written in the third person; this means words like “I”, “we”, and “you” are not appropriate. SLP Assignment Expectations  Use the attached APA-formatted template (BUS520 SLP3) to create your submission. The template is set up in APA 7: double-spacing, font, margins, headings, page breaks, APA help links. Your submission will include: Trident University International’s cover page A paper with APA citations (2- to 3-sentence introduction, body (includes Excel output), 2- to 3-sentence conclusion) The reference list page in APA format Excel Spreadsheet. Grade will not be posted without Excel upload.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
0 BUS520 Case 2 Your Name Trident University International BUS520 Business Analytics and Decision Making Due Date BUS520 Case 2 Remember to always indent the first line of a paragraph (use the tab key) or paragraph formatting (see below). The introduction should be short (2-3 sentences). The margins, font size, spacing, and font type (bold or plain) are set in APA format. While you may change the names of the headings, do not change the formatting or style of font except as specified below. This template uses Times New Roman 12-point. You may also use: Calibri (11), Arial (11), Georgia (11) or Lucida Sans Unicode (10). No quotations are permitted in this paper. Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite and reference the sources in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” across the grading rubric. This is a professional paper; not a personal one based on feelings. It must be written in the third person; this means words like “I”, “we”, and “you” are not appropriate. ANOVA 1 Based on what you discovered in Analyze Data, see if there are differences in the four survey measures by one demographic (other than gender). Insert Pivot Chart in Word. Describe the findings. Write the Null & Alternative Hypotheses Run the ANOVA Test, α = 0.05 level Reject or Fail to Reject the Null Hypothesis. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested (or similar ones). Make industry connections with the research from IBISWorld. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. ANOVA 2 Based on what you discovered in Analyze Data, see if there are differences in the four survey measures by one demographic (other than gender). Insert Pivot Chart in Word. Describe the findings. Write the Null & Alternative Hypotheses Run the ANOVA Test, α = 0.05 level Reject or Fail to Reject the Null Hypothesis. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested (or similar ones). Make industry connections with the research from IBISWorld. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. How to Label Figures in APA Format ANOVA 2 Based on what you discovered in Analyze Data, see if there are differences in the four survey measures by one demographic (other than gender). Insert Pivot Chart in Word. Describe the findings. Write the Null & Alternative Hypotheses Run the ANOVA Test, α = 0.05 level Reject or Fail to Reject the Null Hypothesis. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested (or similar ones). Make industry connections with the research from IBISWorld. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. Conclusion Add some concluding remarks: 2 to 3-sentence conclusion. References Below are some basic rules to follow when creating a reference list: Begin your reference list on a new page. The word References should be centered and bold at the top of the page. Double-space your reference list. For each author, list the last name first followed by the initials for their first and middle names. Arrange your reference list alphabetically by the last name of the author. Use a hanging indent after the first line of your citation (Word does this for you). Type your entry and then click “Paragraph” on the HOME tab to create the “hanging indent.” APA has a handout for the most common types of references.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
0 BUS520 SLP 2 Your Name Trident University International BUS520 Business Analytics and Decision Making Due Date BUS520 SLP 2 Remember to always indent the first line of a paragraph (use the tab key) or paragraph formatting (see below). The introduction should be short (2-3 sentences). The margins, font size, spacing, and font type (bold or plain) are set in APA format. While you may change the names of the headings, do not change the formatting or style of font except as specified below. This template uses Times New Roman 12-point. You may also use: Calibri (11), Arial (11), Georgia (11) or Lucida Sans Unicode (10). No quotations are permitted in this paper. Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite and reference the sources in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” across the grading rubric. This is a professional paper; not a personal one based on feelings. It must be written in the third person; this means words like “I”, “we”, and “you” are not appropriate. Job Satisfaction t-Test You decide to test this at the α = 0.05 level, using a t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances. Run this test in Excel and interpret the results. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested. Make industry connections with the research from IBISWorld. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. How to Label Figures in APA Format Intrinsic Job Satisfaction t-Test You decide to test this at the α = 0.05 level, using a t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances. Run this test in Excel and interpret the results. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested. Make industry connections with the research from IBISWorld. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. How to Label Figures in APA Format Extrinsic Job Satisfaction t-Test You decide to test this at the α = 0.05 level, using a t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances. Run this test in Excel and interpret the results. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested. Make industry connections with the research from IBISWorld. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. How to Label Figures in APA Format Organizational Commitment t-Test You decide to test this at the α = 0.05 level, using a t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Unequal Variances. Run this test in Excel and interpret the results. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested. Make industry connections with the research from IBISWorld. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. How to Label Figures in APA Format Conclusion Add some concluding remarks: 2 to 3-sentence conclusion. References Below are some basic rules to follow when creating a reference list: Begin your reference list on a new page. The word References should be centered and bold at the top of the page. Double-space your reference list. For each author, list the last name first followed by the initials for their first and middle names. Arrange your reference list alphabetically by the last name of the author. Use a hanging indent after the first line of your citation (Word does this for you). Type your entry and then click “Paragraph” on the HOME tab to create the “hanging indent.” APA has a handout for the most common types of references.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
BUS520 Module 2 Case . You should have completed Module 2 SLP before starting this case. Writing Hypotheses . The assignment provides the wording required for writing a Null and Alternate Hypothesis. Do not get creative. This is scientific wording. Follow the example. In Case 1, you used “Analyze Data .” This time you are looking for specific rela tionships between one of the four survey measures and one demographic (other than gender). Add the 3 chosen Charts from Analyze Data to your Case. You will be running a total of 3 ANOVAs. ANOVA Click Data on the Menu Bar. Select Data Analysis. Scroll down to Anova -Single Factor . Click OK . Make sure the Columns in the Analysis are next to each other. Enter .05 for Alpha. Check Labels. Click the Arrow for In put Range . Highlight the two Column s. Click Arrow. Click Arrow. Click OK to get the Output Table. You are comparing two numbers: Your alpha which is .05 an d the p -value in the Excel output. Us e the wording from Case 1 to Reject or Fail to Reject the Null . You must run 3 AN OVAS. Discuss implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested (or similar ones). Make industry connections with the research from IBIS World. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
BUS520 Module 2. Session Long Project. Complete Module 2 SLP before Module 2 Case . Writing and Testing Hypotheses . The assignment provides the wording required for writing a Null and Alternate Hypothesis. Do not get creative. This is scientific wording. Follow the example. T Test: Two -Sample Assuming Unequal Variances . Click Data on the Menu Bar. Select Data Analysis. Scroll down to T Test: Two -Sample Assuming Unequal Variances . Click OK Enter .05 for Alph a. Check Labels. Click the Arrow for Variable 1 Range . Highli ght the Job Satisfaction Column. Click Arrow. Repeat for Variable 2. Click Arrow. Highlight the Gender Column. Click Arrow. Click OK to get the Output Table. The assignment provides the wording required for Rejecting or Failing to Re ject the Null . Do not get creative. This is scientific wording. Follow the example. You are comparing two numbers : Your alpha which is .05. And the p-value in Excel output . Repeat the same testing for: • Intrinsic Job Satisfaction . • Extrinsic Job Satisfaction . • Organizational Commitment . Application: The Most Important Step • Discus s implications for management. Research and find out if there are studies that make connections between the variables you tested. • Make industry connections with the research from IBIS World. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on th e findings.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
0 BUS520 SLP 3 Your Name Trident University International BUS520 Business Analytics and Decision Making Due Date BUS520 SLP 3 Remember to always indent the first line of a paragraph (use the tab key) or paragraph formatting (see below). The introduction should be short (2-3 sentences). The margins, font size, spacing, and font type (bold or plain) are set in APA format. While you may change the names of the headings, do not change the formatting or style of font except as specified below. This template uses Times New Roman 12-point. You may also use: Calibri (11), Arial (11), Georgia (11) or Lucida Sans Unicode (10). No quotations are permitted in this paper. Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite and reference the sources in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” across the grading rubric. This is a professional paper; not a personal one based on feelings. It must be written in the third person; this means words like “I”, “we”, and “you” are not appropriate. Correlation: Organizational Commitment x Overall Job Satisfaction Run a correlation in Excel between Organizational Commitment and Overall Job Satisfaction. Create a Scatterplot with trendline for the variables. Interpret the output. How is the data correlated? Is it a strong relationship? (Include Correlation and Scatterplot in Word document) How to Label Figures in APA Format Correlation: Organizational Commitment x Intrinsic Job Satisfaction Run a correlation in Excel between Organizational Commitment and Intrinsic Job Satisfaction. Create a Scatterplot with trendline for the variables. Interpret the output. How is the data correlated? Is it a strong relationship? (Include Correlation and Scatterplot in Word document) How to Label Figures in APA Format Correlation: Organizational Commitment x Extrinsic Job Satisfaction Run a correlation in Excel between Organizational Commitment and Extrinsic Job Satisfaction. Create a Scatterplot with trendline for the variables. Interpret the output. How is the data correlated? Is it a strong relationship? (Include Correlation and Scatterplot in Word document) How to Label Figures in APA Format Managerial Implications Discuss implications for management. Research correlations between organizational commitment and job satisfaction connections between the variables you tested. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required) 1 page. Conclusion Add some concluding remarks: 2 to 3-sentence conclusion. References Below are some basic rules to follow when creating a reference list: Begin your reference list on a new page. The word References should be centered and bold at the top of the page. Double-space your reference list. For each author, list the last name first followed by the initials for their first and middle names. Arrange your reference list alphabetically by the last name of the author. Use a hanging indent after the first line of your citation (Word does this for you). Type your entry and then click “Paragraph” on the HOME tab to create the “hanging indent.” APA has a handout for the most common types of references.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
0 BUS520 Case 3 Your Name Trident University International BUS520 Business Analytics and Decision Making Due Date BUS520 Case 3 Remember to always indent the first line of a paragraph (use the tab key) or paragraph formatting (see below). The introduction should be short (2-3 sentences). The margins, font size, spacing, and font type (bold or plain) are set in APA format. While you may change the names of the headings, do not change the formatting or style of font except as specified below. This template uses Times New Roman 12-point. You may also use: Calibri (11), Arial (11), Georgia (11) or Lucida Sans Unicode (10). No quotations are permitted in this paper. Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite and reference the sources in APA format. NOTE: failure to use research with accompanying citations to support content will result in reduced scoring “Level 2-Developing” across the grading rubric. This is a professional paper; not a personal one based on feelings. It must be written in the third person; this means words like “I”, “we”, and “you” are not appropriate. Simple Regression 1 Based on what you’ve learned from the data, generate a simple regression using variables of your choosing at 95% confidence interval. Explain why the two variables were chosen and why one is the dependent variable, and the other is the independent variable. Include the regression output in your paper. Interpret the following: R Square Adjusted R Square Standard Error ANOVA Table Coefficients Table Discuss implications for management Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required) How to Label Figures in APA Format Multiple Regression Generate a multiple regression using variables of your choosing at 95% confidence interval. Explain why the variables were chosen and why one is the independent variable, and the others are independent variables. Include the regression output in your paper. Interpret the following: R Square Adjusted R Square Standard Error ANOVA Table Coefficients Table Discuss implications for management Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required) How to Label Figures in APA Format Conclusion Add some concluding remarks: 2 to 3-sentence conclusion. References Below are some basic rules to follow when creating a reference list: Begin your reference list on a new page. The word References should be centered and bold at the top of the page. Double-space your reference list. For each author, list the last name first followed by the initials for their first and middle names. Arrange your reference list alphabetically by the last name of the author. Use a hanging indent after the first line of your citation (Word does this for you). Type your entry and then click “Paragraph” on the HOME tab to create the “hanging indent.” APA has a handout for the most common types of references.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
BUS520 Module 3. Case . How to Run a Regression Analysis in Excel. • Click Data. • Data Analysis. • Scroll down to Regression. • Click OK. The Variables Y is the Dependent Variable. X is the Independent Variable . • It is not changed by the other variables. The Independent Variable causes a change in the Dependent Variable. The Dependent Variable does not cause a change in Independent Variable. Add your X and Y Variables. Select Labels. The Confidence Level is set at 95% Click OK. This is the Regression Analysis. Interpreting the Excel Output. Interpret the following: • R Square. • Adjusted R Square. • Standard Error. • ANOVA Table. • Coefficients Table. Click The Module 3 Case Reading: • “How to Perform Regression Analysis using Excel” to learn what the Output means. Discuss implications for management. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required). How to Run a Multiple Regression Analysis in Excel. • Click Data. • Data Analysis. • Scroll down to Regression. • Click OK. Add one dependent variable in the Y Range. Add two or more independent variables in the X Range. Hit OK. Interpret the output. Include research supported managerial implications just like the regress ion.
Discussion: Bias, Statistics, News and Lies. Previous Next Statistics and Lies “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain. A mid-twentieth century book: Lesson
BUS520 Module 3. Session Long Project. Complete Module 3 SLP before Module 3 Case. How to Run a Correlation in Excel. • Make sure the columns of d ata are next to each other. • Highlight the data in the columns. Not the whole column. • Click Data. • Data Analysis. • Scroll down to Correlation. • Click OK. • Check Labels in First Row. • Select OK to run the correlation. This is the correlation. Creating a Scatterplot. Highlight the same columns as the correlation. Click Insert on the Menu. Select the Scatterplot Chart. Select More Scatter Charts. Under the Recommended Charts. Select the Scatter. Select the Design you prefer from the Choices. • Click your Scatterplot • Click on the PLUS sign • Check Trendline and Linear. Include Correlation and Scatterplot in Word document. You will have three sets of correlations and scatterplots. • Interpret the output. How is the data corr elated? • Is it a strong relationship? Discuss implications for management. Research correlations between organizational commitment and job satisfaction connections between the variables you tested. Include workplace applications that may be implemented based on the findings. (Research Required)

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