The Initial Categorical Report
 • The Rate (excluding missing values) is the frequency of response divided by the total cases responding.
In The Initial Categorical Report, the number of responses and cases for each age group are displayed. Consider the first row of the table with the results for those in the 25 through 29 age group.
 • In the first cell of the table there are 37 responses. This is the frequency of the respondents, aged 25 - 29, who floss after they wake up.
 • Of the 113 total cases (respondents) in the 25 through 29 group, 32.7% (37/113) is the rate who responded that they floss after they wake up. In other words, 32.7% of 25 through 29-year-olds floss after they wake up.
 • Because the number of responses (143) is greater than the number of cases responding (104), there are respondents in the 25 through 29 group who selected more than one response.
 • Because the total number of cases (113) is greater than the total cases responding (104), there were nine responders in the 25 through 29 group who did not answer this question.

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