Carefully collect data cross-classified by two categorical variables for which you are interested in determining whether there is a relationship. Do not get the data from a book, website or journal; collect it yourself. Be sure to get counts of at least 5 in each cell and be sure the individuals you use are not related to each other in ways that would influence their data.
a. Create a contingency table for the data.
b. Compute and discuss the risks and relative risks. Are those terms appropriate for your situation? Explain.
c. Write a summary of your findings, including whether a cause- and- effect conclusion could be made if you observed a relationship.

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