Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 9 months ago

Questions on statistics?


Diabetes among residents is 10%. The prevalence of diabetes among old residents is 30%. It’s suggested sex is a possible confounder in the observed association between age and diabetes among residents. After further analysis, the researchers concluded that sex’s not a confounder, and there’s an association between sex and age. Which of the following statements true?

(i) rate(Diabetes|Male)= rate(Diabetes|Female)

(ii) rate(Male|Diabetes)= rate(Female|Diabetes)

(iii) rate(Diabetes|Female)=10%

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