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In calculation of the BMI, the researchers mainly used the weight and height of the respondents to cluster them into different groups. However, there were 107 variables outlined in the questionnaires. Every participant was issued with a questionnaire in which all the variables pertaining to the research questions were clearly indicated. Random sampling was not used in this case because the study was a survey and the population involved was small. However, the analysis report could be used to predict obesity pattern in the whole country at a 95% significance level. The other independent variables include nationality, education level and employment status of the women and their partners. No these were considered biologivcal and social economic and possible co founders The variables in the questionnaires totaled 107, signifying that there were several independent variables that influenced the dependent variable. However, only weight, height, and discharge of breast-feeding were important...

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