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Date Posted: 16:58:35 07/27/17 Thu
Author: jmo
Subject: If the rule were top 10 qualify as AP suggested, then smaller regions have an advantage, because a much larger percentage of their dancers would qualify. That is why straight percentage is the only really fair way.
In reply to: observation 's message, "How do smaller regions have an advantage over larger regions? MidAtlantic Region is only 3.5 states, but has probably the highest number of dancers compared to other regions." on 11:13:31 07/27/17 Thu

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  • It's not so much about geographical size but rather the number of dancers in each region. -- CLRG have certainly done well, 04:41:57 07/28/17 Fri

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