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(Solved): f. A nutritional experiment is conducted using lab rats. One group (control group) is fed a normal diet, while the other group (experimental group) is fed a diet high in protein. There were 30 rats to...


.     A nutritional experiment is conducted using lab rats. One group (control group) is fed a normal diet, while the other group (experimental group) is fed a diet high in protein. There were 30 rats total used in the experiment. At the end of the experiment, the average mass (weight) of a rat in the control group was 59.8 g while the average mass (weight) of a rat in the experimental group was 0.0751 kg. What is the average difference in mass between the two groups, expressed in grams? (4 points)



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1 kg = 1000 grams

0.0751 kg = 0.0751 * 1000 = 75.1 grams

Average difference in mass between the groups = 75.1 – 59.8 = 15.3 grams

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