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• Page 4: NINTH EDITION BIOSTATISTICS A Found
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• Page 12: PREFACE This ninth edition of Biost
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• Page 20: CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATI
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1.5 THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD AND THE D

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1.6 COMPUTERS AND BIOSTATISTICAL AN

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CHAPTER2 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS CHA

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2.2 THE ORDERED ARRAY 21 TABLE 2.2.

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2.3 GROUPED DATA: THE FREQUENCY DIS

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2.3 GROUPED DATA: THE FREQUENCY DIS

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EXERCISES 31 3 = an abundance of so

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EXERCISES 33 25.21 30.49 27.38 36.4

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EXERCISES 35 2.3.7 In a study of ph

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EXERCISES 37 0.6870 0.6900 0.6910 0

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2.4 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS: MEASURE

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2.5 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS: MEASURE

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2.5 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS: MEASURE

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EXERCISES 53 artery. Another import

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SUMMARY OF FORMULAS FOR CHAPTER 2 S

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REFERENCES 63 REFERENCES Methodolog

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CHAPTER3 SOME BASIC PROBABILITY CON

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3.2 TWO VIEWS OF PROBABILITY: OBJEC

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3.4 CALCULATING THE PROBABILITY OF

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3.4 CALCULATING THE PROBABILITY OF

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3.4 CALCULATING THE PROBABILITY OF

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EXERCISES 77 victimization. The fol

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3.5 BAYES’ THEOREM, SCREENING TES

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3.5 BAYES’ THEOREM, SCREENING TES

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EXERCISES 83 We see that the predic

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REFERENCES 91 23. The sensitivity o

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CHAPTER 4 PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS

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4.2 PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS OF DI

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4.2 PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS OF DI

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EXERCISES 99 distributions of many

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4.3 THE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION 101 S

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4.3 THE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION 103 T

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4.3 THE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION 105 S

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4.4 THE POISSON DISTRIBUTION 109 4.

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EXERCISES 113 Using commands found

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4.5 CONTINUOUS PROBABILITY DISTRIBU

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4.6 THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION 117 Thu

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4.6 THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION 119 FIG

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4.7 NORMAL DISTRIBUTION APPLICATION

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4.7 NORMAL DISTRIBUTION APPLICATION

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4.8 SUMMARY 129 (c) Between 100 and

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CHAPTER5 SOME IMPORTANT SAMPLING DI

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5.3 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE MEAN

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5.3 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE MEAN

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5.3 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE MEAN

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EXERCISES 145 central limit theorem

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5.4 DISTRIBUTION OF THE DIFFERENCE

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5.5 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE PROP

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5.5 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE PROP

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5.6 DISTRIBUTION OF THE DIFFERENCE

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REFERENCES 161 29. For each of the

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6.1 INTRODUCTION 163 LEARNING OUTCO

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6.1 INTRODUCTION 165 to m, we know

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6.2 CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR A POPUL

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EXERCISES 171 Dialog box: Stat ➤

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to replace s. When the sample size

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6.3 THE t DISTRIBUTION 175 they mea

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EXERCISES 177 reported 3.5 ; 0.4 nL

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6.4 CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THE DIF

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6.4 CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THE DIF

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EXERCISES 183 Yes Population normal

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6.5 CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR A POPUL

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6.7 DETERMINATION OF SAMPLE SIZE FO

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EXERCISES 191 2. Estimates of may b

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EXERCISES 193 greater than, say, .3

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6.9 CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THE VAR

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6.11 SUMMARY 203 populations of sim

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REFERENCES 213 A-8. SILVIA IANNELO,

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CHAPTER7 HYPOTHESIS TESTING CHAPTER

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7.1 INTRODUCTION 217 determine whet

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7.1 INTRODUCTION 219 to reject or n

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EXERCISES 235 WOMAC mean function s

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7.3 HYPOTHESIS TESTING: THE DIFFERE

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7.3 HYPOTHESIS TESTING: THE DIFFERE

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EXERCISES 247 in healthy postmenopa

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EXERCISES 249 the local health depa

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Paired T-Test and CI: C2, C1 Paired

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EXERCISES 257 Baseline Follow-up Ba

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7.5 HYPOTHESIS TESTING: A SINGLE PO

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EXERCISES 261 EXERCISES For each of

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7.9 THE TYPE II ERROR AND THE POWER

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54. The objective of a study by Rei

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REFERENCES 301 REFERENCES Methodolo

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CHAPTER8 ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE CHAPT

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8.1 INTRODUCTION 307 is variability

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8.2 THE COMPLETELY RANDOMIZED DESIG

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Dependent Variable: Selenium Tukey

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EXERCISES 329 Elbow Angle (Degrees)

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EXERCISES 331 Age Groups (Years) Ag

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EXERCISES 333 Group 1 Group 2 Group

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8.3 THE RANDOMIZED COMPLETE BLOCK D

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x ij (a) Each that is observed cons

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9. Conclusion. If we reject H 0 , w

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8.3 THE RANDOMIZED COMPLETE BLOCK D

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EXERCISES 343 The SAS System Analys

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EXERCISES 345 8.3.3 A remotivation

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8.4 THE REPEATED MEASURES DESIGN 34

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EXERCISES 351 The ANOVA Procedure D

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8.5 THE FACTORIAL EXPERIMENT 353 Su

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8.5 THE FACTORIAL EXPERIMENT 361 5.

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8.5 THE FACTORIAL EXPERIMENT 363 Di

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EXERCISES 365 Percent Compared to T

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EXERCISES 367 Change in Change in F

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SUMMARY OF FORMULAS FOR CHAPTER 8 S

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REFERENCES 407 A-44. JIN-R. ZHOU, E

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CHAPTER9 SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION A

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9.2 THE REGRESSION MODEL 411 to be

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9.3 THE SAMPLE REGRESSION EQUATION

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9.3 THE SAMPLE REGRESSION EQUATION

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EXERCISES 419 The Least-Squares Cri

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EXERCISES 421 CoaguChek Hospital Co

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9.4 EVALUATING THE REGRESSION EQUAT

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9.5 USING THE REGRESSION EQUATION 9

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9.5 USING THE REGRESSION EQUATION 4

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9.6 THE CORRELATION MODEL 441 9.6 T

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9.7 THE CORRELATION COEFFICIENT 443

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9.7 THE CORRELATION COEFFICIENT 445

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9.7 THE CORRELATION COEFFICIENT 447

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9.7 THE CORRELATION COEFFICIENT 449

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EXERCISES 451 is employed. We first

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9.8 SOME PRECAUTIONS 455 X Y X Y 5.

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SUMMARY OF FORMULAS FOR CHAPTER 9 4

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REFERENCES 483 9. WILLIAM MENDENHAL

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CHAPTER10 MULTIPLE REGRESSION AND C

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10.3 OBTAINING THE MULTIPLE REGRESS

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10.3 OBTAINING THE MULTIPLE REGRESS

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EXERCISES 493 EXERCISES Obtain the

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EXERCISES 495 10.3.3 In a study of

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10.4 EVALUATING THE MULTIPLE REGRES

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10.4 EVALUATING THE MULTIPLE REGRES

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R 2 R 2 1. and all b N i significan

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EXERCISES 505 of age and has an edu

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10.6 THE MULTIPLE CORRELATION MODEL

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10.6 THE MULTIPLE CORRELATION MODEL

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EXERCISES 517 HIV DNA Blood HIV Co-

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CHAPTER11 REGRESSION ANALYSIS: SOME

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EXERCISES 553 age of the subject (y

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11.3 VARIABLE SELECTION PROCEDURES

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EXERCISES 561 CGAGE CGINCOME CGDUR

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EXERCISES 563 11.3.2 Machiel Naeije

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11.4 LOGISTIC REGRESSION 565 REACTI

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11.4 LOGISTIC REGRESSION 569 The LO

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11.5 SUMMARY 575 Hospital Anxiety a

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CHAPTER12 THE CHI-SQUARE DISTRIBUTI

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e equal to zero for each pair of ob

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12.3 TESTS OF GOODNESS-OF-FIT 601 C

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12.3 TESTS OF GOODNESS-OF-FIT 603 W

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12.3 TESTS OF GOODNESS-OF-FIT 605 E

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12.3 TESTS OF GOODNESS-OF-FIT 607 E

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12.3 TESTS OF GOODNESS-OF-FIT 609 u

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EXERCISES 611 Test the goodness-of-

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a n 1. n ban .1 n b 12.4 TESTS OF I

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12.4 TESTS OF INDEPENDENCE 615 3. H

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12.4 TESTS OF INDEPENDENCE 619 EXAM

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EXERCISES 621 EXERCISES In the exer

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12.5 TESTS OF HOMOGENEITY 623 Polic

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12.6 THE FISHER EXACT TEST 629 12.5

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, A - a, and B - b are all greater

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EXERCISES 633 Pl * Remained Cross-T

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12.7 RELATIVE RISK, ODDS RATIO, AND

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12.7 RELATIVE RISK, ODDS RATIO, AND

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12.7 RELATIVE RISK, ODDS RATIO, AND

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12.7 RELATIVE RISK, ODDS RATIO, AND

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12.7 RELATIVE RISK, ODDS RATIO, AND

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EXERCISES 647 12.7.2 The objective

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12.8 SURVIVAL ANALYSIS 649 (3) the

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12.8 SURVIVAL ANALYSIS 653 TABLE 12

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cumulative proportion changes from

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12.8 SURVIVAL ANALYSIS 657 TABLE 12

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12.8 SURVIVAL ANALYSIS 659 Means an

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EXERCISES 661 EXERCISES 12.8.1 Fift

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A-30. A-31. A-32. A-33. A-34. A-35.

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CHAPTER13 NONPARAMETRIC AND DISTRIB

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13.2 MEASUREMENT SCALES 685 measure

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13.3 THE SIGN TEST 689 7. Calculati

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13.3 THE SIGN TEST 691 TABLE 13.3.4

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EXERCISES 693 Data: C1: 4 5 8 8 9 6

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13.4 THE WILCOXON SIGNED-RANK TEST

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13.4 THE WILCOXON SIGNED-RANK TEST

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13.5 THE MEDIAN TEST 699 Subject 1

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13.5 THE MEDIAN TEST 701 TABLE 13.5

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13.6 THE MANN-WHITNEY TEST 703 Woul

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13.6 THE MANN-WHITNEY TEST 705 TABL

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13.6 THE MANN-WHITNEY TEST 707 FIGU

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EXERCISES 709 Mann-Whitney-Wilcoxon

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13.7 THE KOLMOGOROV-SMIRNOV GOODNES

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13.7 THE KOLMOGOROV-SMIRNOV GOODNES

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13.7 THE KOLMOGOROV-SMIRNOV GOODNES

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13.8 THE KRUSKAL-WALLIS ONE-WAY ANA

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13.8 THE KRUSKAL-WALLIS ONE-WAY ANA

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13.8 THE KRUSKAL-WALLIS ONE-WAY ANA

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EXERCISES 723 Young (19-50 Years) S

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13.9 THE FRIEDMAN TWO-WAY ANALYSIS

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13.9 THE FRIEDMAN TWO-WAY ANALYSIS

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EXERCISES 729 Dialog box: Stat ➤

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EXERCISES 739 Duration of Follow-Up

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13.12 SUMMARY 743 36.4046 59.15 39.

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CHAPTER14 VITAL STATISTICS CHAPTER

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2. Ratio. A ratio is a fraction of

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14.2 DEATH RATES AND RATIOS 767 TAB

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14.2 DEATH RATES AND RATIOS 769 Som

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EXERCISES 771 EXERCISES 14.2.1 The

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14.3 MEASURES OF FERTILITY 773 1. C

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EXERCISES 775 Age of Number of Birt

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14.5 SUMMARY 777 4. Immaturity rati

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REVIEW QUESTIONS AND EXERCISES 779

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REVIEW QUESTIONS AND EXERCISES 781

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REFERENCES 783 A-7. Georgia Divisio

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APPENDIX STATISTICAL TABLES List of

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INDEX I-5 Rate, 764-765 Ratio, 765

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