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A pharmaceutical company investigating whether drug stores are less likely than food stores to remove over-the-counter drugs from the shelves when the drugs are past the expiration date found a P-value of 2.8%. This means that:

▸ None of these.

▸ 2.8% more drug stores remove over-the-counter drugs from the shelves when the drugs are past the expiration date.

▸ There is a 97.2% chance the drug stores remove more expired over-the-counter drugs.

▸ 97.2% more drug stores remove over-the-counter drugs from the shelves when the drugs are past the expiration date than food stores.

▸ There is a 2.8% chance the drug stores remove more expired over-the-counter drugs.
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