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Stats Which statiscal test to apply?

Which of the following statistical tests would be most appropriate for assessing whether there are significant differences in 1-minute Apgar scores between infants born by emergency cesarean section and those born by spontaneous vaginal delivery?
(A) Student’s t-test
(B) Analysis of variance
(C) Correlation coefficient
(D) Chi-squared test
(E) Logistic regression

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by the way , what is logistic regression....not heard in kaplan.
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