We think that the addition of four feet to each side of the control course will not end up to the original starting point. The error that may result in the addition of four feet course, we think is four feet before the starting point. We think this because, thinking logically, if everything is four feet longer than each side of the control, then it going to be larger, and therefore four feet before the original starting point. We think that when multiplying each side of the control by two, the outcome will be doubled to the average of the lengths of the control before the starting point. For instance, if the average of the lengths of the control equals 5, the variable's outcome will be ten feet before the original starting point.

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