Do the results justify the conclusions? Why or why not?
Children who come further down in the birth order have, on average, lower IQs than those born earlier in the birth order (e.g. First born children vs. 5th born children). Therefore birth order determines intelligence.
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No, the results do NOT justify the conclusions. In statistics, two results occurring …
The expert examines birth order and intelligence statistics. Whether the birth order influences the IQ is given.