Use the database provided and your class notes to answer the following questions.
1. Does Waist to Hip Ratio at baseline differ by marital status?
a. What types of variable are they? Nominal & Interval/Ratio
b. What type of graph could you use to examine
Individual Assignment ( 20 POINTS)
DUE: 5/6/14 11:59 PM
INSTRUCTIONS: Using the census data and epidemiological data presented in Table A:
1. (10 points) Calculate the percent of total deaths and the mortality rates for intentional
self-harm and assault f
Using the dataset provided, test the following questions and provide the final formal written
conclusion for each question:
1. Is there an association between hallways clear and verbal orders authenticated? This
study examined the relationship between ove
Lab 3 ( 1 POINT)
DUE: 2/14/14 11:59 PM
FORMAT AND SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Use this document to compile your lab.
Once you have your final review, open the Lab 3 Drop-box in Angel Week 3 and submit a
word document with your responses to the lab below. T
Instructions: Complete each question in the normality and hypotheses exercises below.
You will need one pack of plain M&Ms (regular size, provided in class) to complete this lab.
Fill in your number of MM of each color and your total nu
Lab 13 ( 1 POINT)
DUE: 5/2/14 11:59 PM
Instructions: Complete following using the information provided and specifically
A. Describe the how income and social status are related to child and adolescent obesity.
Income and social status are relate
Data information: The data comes from a random sample of women. The variables are coded
as follows: Race (1=African American, 10=Caucasian), Marital Status (1 = Single, 2 = Married, 3
= Separated or divorced), Education (1=HS or less, 2 = Some College, 3
1. What is the correlation between QOL at 18 and Self-confidence? Ordinal/Interval ratio
a. What is the appropriate correlation test? Spearman
b. What is the formal test result? Rs=.084, p=.074
c. Copy and paste the scatterplot
Lab 12 ( 1 POINT)
DUE: 4/25/14 11:59 PM
Data Information: The data for this week come from the Risk Factors Associated with Low
Infant Birth Weight Study. In this study, the data on 189 births were collected at Baystate
Medical Center, Springfield, Mass.