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Many golfers wear wrist bracelets containing magnets because they claim the magnets improve balance and the length of shots played off the tee. A golfer would like to determine if the claim has merit and proposes two methods for collecting data. Method 1: As golfers approach the first tee, give some golfers wrist bracelets with magnets and some golfers wrist bracelets without magnets. During the round of golf, keep track of the length of the golfers’ shots. Method 2: Contact golfers who have purchased wrist bracelets with magnets and ask them to provide information about their shot length. Which statement about these methods is true? Method 1 is an observational study because it does not attempt to influence responses. Method 2 is an observational study because it does not attempt to influence responses. Method 2 is an observational study because it could include golfers from many golf courses. Both methods are observational studies because they both collect information about shot length.

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I think it is D

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