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59. When subjects in an experiment are chosen so that each has an equal chance of being in either the experimental group or the control group, we say that the subjects have been assigned

 

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When subjects in an experiment are chosen so that each has an equal chance of being in either the experimental group or the control group, we say that the subjects have been assigned

  1. alternately.
  2. hypothetically.
  3. randomly.
  4. consecutively.

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3. Randomly.


   
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