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1. A cross-tabulation of serious illnesses is a table in which the distribution of illnesses is
a. presented separately for the categories of a second variable, such as gender, age, or race.
b. presented in a table.
c. presented in a graph.
d. presented in a pie chart.
2. Frequency distributions can be used to
a. compare gender differences in violent criminal behavior.
b. display the grades on a midterm examination for all students in a sociology course.
c. compare attitudes of college students and their parents regarding war.
d. show attitudes of all students on a campus regarding war.
e. all of the above.
3. By definition, class intervals contain more than one
a. score value
b. score
c. respondent
d. category
4. A cross-tabulation would be useful for comparing
a. the amount of attention – a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal – a particular teacher gives to two different students.
b. the amount of attention – a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal – a particular teacher gives to 30 black and 30 white students.
c. the amount of attention – a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal – a particular teacher gives 30 students.
d. the amount of attention – a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal – a particular teacher gives to honor students.


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