life insurance is suitable for younger, risk-tolerant investors because it includes a more volatile mix of mutual funds, bonds, and stock investments and does not offer a guaranteed return.
: Factor that you change on purpose; also called manipulated variable
In conclusion, in all analyses boys with shorter AGI had less complete testicular descent, and significantly so for the two analyses in which AGI was treated as a continuous variable
annuity contracts offer performance and income guarantees that cannot be provided by mutual fired portfolios.
Several other conditions were right in 1951-52 for introduction of a variable
For a medical practice, the accounts receivables would constitute the largest component of variable
means manipulating (in this case) three variables
and controlling four variables
Basically, missing data is problematic if the independent variable
X is related to the dependent variable
Y, but the missing data X does not allow for the testing of the association or relationship.
Next, a series of one-way analyses of variance and bivariate regressions were completed to examine unique contributions of each independent variable
to the dependent variables
When asked which variable
was most important in their long-term career choice, the most frequent answer given by both men (25%) and women (29%) was an intrinsic interest in the field.
Solving this puzzle requires assigning a value of true or false to each of the variables
so that the entire expression is satisfied--meaning that the statement must evaluate to true.
The number of heats on a ladle lining wasn't a practical control variable