Similar words: statistical, artistic, that is to say, realistic, optimistic, devastating, sophisticated, mathematics. Meaning: [stə'tɪstɪk] n. a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters.

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*Statistics*show/suggest that women live longer than men.2.

*Statistics*can be notoriously unreliable.3. A lot can be inferred from these

*statistics*.4.

*Statistics*should be treated with caution.5. The

*statistics*can be depicted as a graph.6. The

*statistics*don't reveal of course unrecorded crime.7. Official

*statistics*show real wages declining by 24%.8. The

*statistics*seriously underestimate the number of people affected.9. The

*statistics*are highly questionable .10. Politicians love to use

*statistics*to support their arguments.11. It's difficult to interpret these

*statistics*without knowing how they were obtained.12. The bald

*statistics*tell us nothing about the underlying trends.13. Latest

*statistics*suggest the North/South divide is becoming even more pronounced.14. The most striking feature of those

*statistics*is the high proportion of suicides.15.

*Statistics*showed a reverse trend to that recorded in other countries.16.

*Statistics*show that 50% of new businesses fail in their first year.16. Wish you will love sentencedict.com and make progress everyday!

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*Statistics*show that far more people are able to ride a bicycle than can drive a car.18. According to official

*statistics*the disease killed over 500 people.19. They fleshed out the president's plan with

*statistics*and procedural details.20. These

*statistics*are misleading.21. Government

*statistics*show the largest drop in industrial output for ten years.22.

*Statistics*are integral to medical research.23. The

*statistics*show that it was no hollow warning.24. She always snowing the bosses with

*statistics*.25. I suspect these

*statistics*flatter to deceive.26. He has all the latest

*statistics*at his fingertips.27. I'd like to kick off the discussion with a few

*statistics*.28. Every time we have this argument you wheel out the same old

*statistics*, and I'm still not convinced!29. And still the row rumbles on over who is to blame for the steadily surging crime

*statistics*.30. It's not easy to disentangle the truth from the official

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