Let's say I have a sample size of 1,000 individuals. These individuals can easily be sorted into various groups. So, I ask them a question, say, "Do you understand how to label your values?"
This is how many people answered yes:
Those who passed Algebra with an A - 34.3
Those who failed - 69.7
Those who plan to retake Algebra - 28.9
Those who will never touch a math text again - 78.3
...I decided to do a little simple addition:
34.3 + 69.7 = 104.0
28.9 + 78.3 = 107.2
So, I ask you--since Ken Ham and his number crunching buddy and his editor couldn't be bothered to check his numbers or give me a label of what kind of number I'm looking at--what does it mean that 107.2 of my 1,000 said yes?
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