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Problem 1A Determination of Confounding Factors using
a Test of Independence
Age and Obesity Frequencies
Obese
Not obese
Total
Age
100 (196)
500
<50
600
50+
200
200
400
Total
300
700
1000
A. Are age and obesity independent? Perform a y test of independence.
Remember to document the five steps used in hypothesis testing.
4C6-E)
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Problem 1A Determination of Confounding Factors using a Test of Independence Age and Obesity Frequencies Obese Not obese Total Age 100 (196) 500 <50 600 50+ 200 200 400 Total 300 700 1000 A. Are age and obesity independent? Perform a y test of independence. Remember to document the five steps used in hypothesis testing. 4C6-E)

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