This figure shows graphed medical research results from a st

This figure shows graphed medical research results from a study on a new vaccine. The research was d… Show more This figure shows graphed medical research results from a study on a new vaccine. The research was done in an effort to determine if a new vaccine would be effective at preventing potentially dangerous rotavirus infections in infants. Green data bars represent occurrence of infant cases that had normal rotavirus strains that aren’t critically dangerous. Blue data bars represent occurrence of infant cases that had more dangerous rotavirus strains that can hospitalize or lead to fatality of infants. 1. In this diagram, the Y-axis of the graph shows values of “Incidence of Illness” in infants. The varying numbers of infants getting sick with rotavirus represents the A.standardized variable of this medical study. B. control group of infants in this medical study C. normal infant baseline for reference to results from this medical study. D. independent variable of this medical study. E. dependent variable of this medical study. 2. In the graph, interpret the data that are shown regarding the response of a large number of infants to vaccination from dangerous rotavirus infection. Which of the hypotheses is NOT supported by these data results? A.The high dose of the new vaccine does not offer any stronger protection from any rotavirus infection than the medium dose. B.The new vaccine is ineffective in protecting infants from any rotavirus infection. C.Medium and high doses of the vaccine are more effective at reducing severe rotavirus illnesses than reducing any rotavirus. D.The low dose of the vaccine reduces incidence of illness from any rotavirus in general, and also severe rotavirus. E. Hypotheses about the vaccine doses can’t be evaluated, because the placebo group is biased, with high incidence of illness in those infants. 3. In the graph, the X-axis is showing different doses of vaccine, including “placebo,” “low,” “medium” and “high.” These levels of vaccine were applied to different groups of babies to test if and how much the vaccination helped reduce the incidence of rotavirus, an illness that can quickly dehydrate infants to critical or fatal levels. These doses represent A.the dependent variable in this medical study. B.the independent variable in this medical study. C. the control group of this medical study. D. the standardized variable in this medical study. • Show less

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