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## Problem 28BB Chapter 1.4

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Problem 28BB

indicate whether the observational study used is cross-sectional, retrospective, or prospective.

Drinking and Driving Study In order to study the seriousness of drinking and driving, a researcher obtains records from past car crashes. Drivers are partitioned into a group that had no alcohol consumption and another group that did have evidence of alcohol consumption at the time of the crash.

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We have In order to study the seriousness of drinking and driving, a researcher obtains records from past car crashes. Drivers are partitioned into a group that had no alcohol consumption and another group that did have evidence of alcohol consumption at the time of the crash.

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We need to indicate whether the observational study used is cross-sectional, retrospective, or prospective.

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Let us understand what is cross sectional, retrospective and prospective

Consider,

1).Cross sectional: A cross-sectional study (also known as a cross-sectional analysis, transversal study, prevalence study) is a type of observational study that analyzes...

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