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The outlier skews the mean towards it.

The grouping in which the numbers are taken does not affect the sum or product.

Depending on what numbers are you picking from: {Integers, Whole Numbers, Natural numbers, All real numbers} will affect the probability.

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The order in which we add two numbers does not change the sum.

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Myxamatosis greatly rapidly reduces the population. This affects the food supply of all predators that feed on rabbits - including buzzards.

Definately not.

The responses of the US and the UUR did cause a major inclination in the outbreak of the WWII as allies combined.

The 1984 Carolinas outbreak destroyed trees, homes, and places of work.

Myxomatosis is caused by the myxoma virus, a type of pox virus that only affects rabbits. It was first discovered in 1896 in Uruguay and was imported to Australia in 1951 to control its large rabbit populations - initially having the desired devastating effect. The disease was illegally introduced to France in 1952 and it appeared in Britain the following year. It quickly spread to both wild and domestic rabbit populations and within a few years had spread throughout Europe. Myxomatosis has been a threat to wild and domestic rabbits ever since.

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It decreases it

It is the Commutative Property which states that changing the order when adding numbers does not affect the result.

The outlier skews the mean towards it.

Pseudorandom numbers can affect the accuracy of a simulation by accidentally causes pattens that could be missed by the system. This could skew the accuracy.

For accuracy and for preventing manipulating of numbers which could affect life and death.