In Modules One and Two, you created a research question with at least two variab

In Modules One and Two, you created a research question with at least two variables. Rewrite your research question here. List your two variables. (I PROVIDED MY RESEARCH QUESTION AND VARIABLES BELOW. MY DATA CHART FOR THESE VARIABLES ARE ATTACHED.) For each of your variables, also create (invent) and list a small set of data that could represent that variable.

—-MY RESEARCH QUESTION: My research question is “Does vaping contribute to lack of appetite?”

My data set has 3 variables:

Gender: This distinguishes between male and female. This data is qualitative and nominal.

Frequency of vape usage daily: This will allow us to collect data based on how many times they hit their vapes throughout a 24-hr day. This is quantitative, due to the collecting of numerical observational data. It is discrete and ratio level of measurement because it has a true zero point.

Frequency of appetite throughout the day: By calculating how often someone is hungry throughout the day, we can determine how frequent they feel appetite. This data is quantitative and it is the ratio level of measurement because it has a true zero point. This is discrete.

1. For both variables, using the data you invented, calculate the measures of center (mean, median, and mode) and the measures of variance (range, variance, and standard deviation). Include the results and any work. (You are welcome to use Excel). Think about what these measures tell you about your data. Use these values to describe your data in words. For example, is your data skewed and how do you know? Which variable has the greater variation? In your daily life or career, which of these measure do you use? Choose one and give an example.