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May 16th, 2014, 09:43 PM   #1
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Question Variable Description Doubt


I hope I don't sound too stupid, but I am currently stuck on an exercise that asks me to describe sample study using tables, distributions, frequencies and graphics to describe the following variables:

age, gender, political ideology, country of residence and years of study.

Each of these variables is represented separately, with their distribution, frequencies and are also represented on a bar chart. I am wondering if I am supposed to construct a new table with the relation among these variable together or is it a hypothetical statement explaining the results presented on each table.

I must add that the class is in Spanish, so I am sorry if I am not explaining as I probably should...

Thanks in advance.
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