Number of Variables=3
Number of Variables=12
Total N= 15
Number of Variables = 6
Is there an association between a respondent getting his/her college degree and the
respondents mother having a college degree? Is gender a confounder?
The odds of a respondents mother having a college degree are 4.079 times higher for
Assignment # 5
1. Is there a significant difference in the patients blood urea nitrogen (BUN) level at admission
compared to their preoperative BUN level (mg/dL)?
There is no significant difference in the patients blood urea nitrogen (BUN) level
1. Run frequencies on gender, case-control status, survival status at discharge (alive)
a) Are there more men or women?
1. There is more females (67.9 %), men (32.1%)
b) What percent of patients were alive at discharge?
1. (85.7%) were alive
1. Did physical science majors score significantly different on exam 1 than all other majors
Physical Science Majors (median rank 87.00) scored significantly different (higher) on exam 1 than all
other majors (median rank 79.50), (p