Does the presence of popular cartoon characters on food packages influence children's food choices? A study asked 40 young children (ages four to six) to taste two small pieces of Graham crackers coming from a package with or without a popular cartoon character, and to indicate whether the two foods tasted the same or one tasted better. Unknown to the children, the crackers were the same both times. The table displays the findings. Taste preference Number of children Percent Without character 3 7.5 Taste the same 15 37.5 With character 22 55.0 To access the complete data set, click the link for your preferred software format: Excel Minitab JMP SPSS TI R Mac-TXT PC-TXT CSV CrunchIt! (a) Identify the individuals and the variable or variables in the study. Drag the answer tokens to the correct column. Individuals Variable(s) all young children the young children ages four to six the young children who eat Graham crackers the cartoon character on the box taste preference Question Source: Baldi 4e- The Practi privacy policy terms of use contact us about us help careers

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Hello. Could anyone help me on this question? I have tried it four times and only one attempt left. What I am confusing is that some choice are not individual and variables. Like all young children, children who eat snack and cartoon characters. But if i leave them there, it shows me I am wrong. Pls help me on this and explanation would be appreciated. Thanks!

Does the presence of popular cartoon characters on food packages influence children's food choices? A study asked 40
young children (ages four to six) to taste two small pieces of Graham crackers coming from a package with or without a
popular cartoon character, and to indicate whether the two foods tasted the same or one tasted better. Unknown to the
children, the crackers were the same both times. The table displays the findings.
Taste preference
Number of children
Percent
Without character
3
7.5
Taste the same
15
37.5
With character
22
55.0
To access the complete data set, click the link for your preferred software format:
Excel Minitab JMP SPSS TI R Mac-TXT PC-TXT CSV CrunchIt!
(a) Identify the individuals and the variable or variables in the study. Drag the answer tokens to the correct column.
Individuals
Variable(s)
all young children
the young children ages four to six
the young children who eat Graham crackers
the cartoon character on the box
taste preference
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Does the presence of popular cartoon characters on food packages influence children's food choices? A study asked 40 young children (ages four to six) to taste two small pieces of Graham crackers coming from a package with or without a popular cartoon character, and to indicate whether the two foods tasted the same or one tasted better. Unknown to the children, the crackers were the same both times. The table displays the findings. Taste preference Number of children Percent Without character 3 7.5 Taste the same 15 37.5 With character 22 55.0 To access the complete data set, click the link for your preferred software format: Excel Minitab JMP SPSS TI R Mac-TXT PC-TXT CSV CrunchIt! (a) Identify the individuals and the variable or variables in the study. Drag the answer tokens to the correct column. Individuals Variable(s) all young children the young children ages four to six the young children who eat Graham crackers the cartoon character on the box taste preference Question Source: Baldi 4e- The Practi privacy policy terms of use contact us about us help careers

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