I take your point, but it doesn't doesn't work in this case as the total
number of goods is specified.
Even if the 5% of goods are free, the entire other 95%, can't be above the
Even if the 5% of goods are free, the entire other 95%, can't be above the average price.
Anyhow, the answer is in. Cynthia was comparing her 15 iqtest.com scores to her single well-normed IQ score.
As iq.test.com appears to give scores that are normed to an average of 120,
the entire issue is explained away, and we are left with a nice big g-factor
of general ability once more.
>> Try parsing this sentence
>> "95% of goods in the shop were above the average price of goods in the
>> make sense?
> Yep. 5% of the goods are really cheap (the stuff that I buy).