# math homework

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I'm working on a applied mathematics question and need guidance to help me study.

A clinical trial to assess the effectiveness of the HPV (human papilloma virus) vaccine for preventing cervical cancer in women found a Relative Risk of 0.10 with a 95% Confidence Interval of 0.05 to 0.15. Which of the following statements is the correct interpretation of the study findings?

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a)Women who were vaccinated against HPV are 10 times as likely to develop cervical cancer compared to those who were not vaccinated, and this difference is statistically significant.

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b)Women with cervical cancer are 10 times as likely to have been vaccinated against HPV compared to those who were not vaccinated, but this difference is not statistically significant.

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c)Women who were vaccinated against HPV have a 90% decrease in risk of developing cervical cancer compared to those who were not vaccinated, and this difference is statistically significant.

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d)Women who were vaccinated against HPV have a 90% increase in risk of developing cervical cancer compared to those who were not vaccinated, and this difference is statistically significant.

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