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Nurses at the county hospital want to know what factors are most predictive of whether or not infants born today will make it into college. What will you tell them are the variables that are most
predictive? (Points : 1) Race and ethnicity The availability of financial aid and AP classes in high school Parent’s level of education and income Race and the availability of financial aid
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User: Nurses at the county hospital want to know what factors are most predictive of whether or not infants born today will make it into college. What will you tell them are the variables that are most predictive? (Points : 1) Race and ethnicity The availability of financial aid and AP classes in high school Parent’s level of education and income Race and the availability of financial aid

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User: Nurses at the county hospital want to know what factors are most predictive of whether or not infants born today will make it into college. What will you tell them are the variables that are most predictive? (Points : 1) 1Race and ethnicity 2The availability of financial aid and AP classes in high school 3 Parent’s level of education and income 4 Race and the availability of financial aid

Weegy: 3 Parent’s level of education and income
Expert answered|cyssuss|Points 2027|

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