Determine if there is a) relationship between cholesterol and BMI by running a correlation test.

Use the FEMHEALTH data set provided.All SPSS output should be copied to a Word doc.1. Run a) frequency statistics on BMI, Waist circumference, and blood pressure and create b) histograms to c) determine data shape curves exist for the 4 variables. d) What does the shape the curve of the data determine? [20 points]2. Next run a) descriptive statistics for all variables. b) Which variables have the largest spread (standard deviations related to their means). Create two graphs to best display c) IBW and BMI and d) Cholesterol and Age. [20 points]3. Determine if there is a) relationship between cholesterol and BMI by running a correlation test. b) Create a scatterplot from your correlation and c) Report the ‘r’ value and if the association is weak, moderate, or strong; if the association is positive or negative and the significance (hypothesis) testing. [30 points]4. Select two new variables that you think may have an association. a) Run a correlation test on the two new variables. b) Create a scatterplot from your correlation and c) Report the ‘r’ value and if the association is weak, moderate, or strong; if the association is positive or negative; and the significance (hypothesis) testing. [30 points]

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