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A health food store has launched a new pack of vitamins for children. The store records the number of packs ordered by a random sample of 100 online customers and the number of packs ordered by a random sample of 100 walk-in customers.
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Which of the following inferences can be drawn about the buying pattern of the online customers versus that of the walk-in customers?

(A) Online customers buy an average of five packs compared with walk-in customers, who buy an average of two packs.
(B) Online customers buy an average of six packs compared with walk-in customers, who buy an average of three packs.
(C) Online customers buy an average of five packs compared with walk-in customers, who buy an average of three packs.
(D) Online customers buy an average of six packs compared with walk-in customers, who buy an average of two packs.
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