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# Odds Ratio Mastery Quiz

### 1. What is the purpose of calculating an Odds Ratio (OR) in a case-control study?

### 2. In a case-control study, if the Odds Ratio (OR) is greater than 1, this suggests that:

### 3. How is the Odds Ratio (OR) interpreted in a study where OR=0.5?

### 4. Which of the following is a correct formula for calculating an Odds Ratio (OR)?

### 5. What does it mean if an Odds Ratio (OR) is exactly 1?

### 6. In the context of logistic regression, what does the exponentiation of the regression coefficient (β) represent?

### 7. When is it appropriate to use the Odds Ratio (OR) as an approximation for the Relative Risk (RR)?

### 8. What is the primary difference between Odds Ratio (OR) and Relative Risk (RR)?

### 9. Which of the following is a limitation of using Odds Ratio (OR) in interpreting study results?

### 10. In interpreting an Odds Ratio (OR), which of the following statements is true?