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During the last 50 years in England, the national football team has

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During the last 50 years in England, the national football team has had at least 60℅ of its players born during the months January to March. Similarly, in Germany, at least 50℅ of the team has been born during the first three months of the year. In fact, this statistic holds true for most European countries. This shows that in most European countries, parents with kids born early in the year are more likely to encourage a football career.

Which of the following best explains why the conclusion need not be the best explanation for the statistic?

A. Of the remaining members, 60℅ or more tend to be born between the months of April and June.
B. Parents of kids born in the second half of the year have displayed a measurable intent to promote scholarly careers.
C. The age cut-off for kids to try out for a team in most European countries is calculated as on December 31 of any year and older the kid during trials, greater the chances of getting the right opportunities.
D. The school year usually begins in April in most European countries and many parents are known to encourage students to work on their academics and not sports during the school year.
E. During the last 50 years, on average 30℅ of the kids have been born during the first three months of the year.

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During the last 50 years in England, the national football team has had at least 60℅ of its players born during the months January to March. Similarly, in Germany, at least 50℅ of the team has been born during the first three months of the year. In fact, this statistic holds true for most European countries. This shows that in most European countries, parents with kids born early in the year are more likely to encourage a football career.

Which of the following best explains why the conclusion need not be the best explanation for the statistic?



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