1. Other than clothes, please think of an example where “averages” are used but in reality averages do not exist. What are the impacts of forcing the “average” onto people who are not average

Left handed people are far less common than right handed so average person should be right handed. Thus, the left handed may find it harder to use many of the instruments are designed for right handed such as rulers, notebooks, scissors, some are even forced to switch to right hand.

There are far fewer left-handed people are far less common than right-handed people, so an average person should is more likely to be right handed. Thus, the left-handed individual may find it harder to use many of the tools and instruments, which are typically designed for right-handed persons, such as rulers, notebooks, and scissors, so much so that some are even forced to switch to using their right hand.