1. Identify 10 quantitative variables
2. Indicate if these variables are nominal, ordinal, interval, or ration levels of measurement
(refer back to Chapter 4: LEVELS OF MEASUREMENT if you need a refresher)
3. Create cross-tabulations of these 10 variables (2 per table, at least 5 tables) that would provide valuable information for your research topic. View Exhibit 9.23 (Schutt) or Download a Template
Note: You may need to include additional variables (such as socio-demographic variables) go best mine this data.
4. After you create (unpopulated) contingency tables, explain why you think this would be of value to your research problem.