(a) Choose 1 independent and 1 dependent variable from the following:
variables - education level, smoking status, exercise, gender, marital status, age, weight, serum cholesterol, systolic blood pressure, sodium intake, IQ.
WRITE A 100 - 200 word statement about these variables, include:
(b) determine which will be the independent variable and which will be the dependent variable
(c) describe each of the variables (qualitative or quantitative)
(d) assumptions about the relationship between the 2 variables. You have one of two choices:
the variables will be correlated: if you assume they are correlated, explain if you expect they are positively or negatively correlated.
or - there will not be a difference between two groups.