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    A researcher is analyzing a dataset to determine whether the independent variables predict students' reading level. The dependent variable is reading level (1=good reader, 0=poor reader). The four independent variables are age, SES (1=upper, 2=middle, 3=lower), teaching approach (1=computer, 2=traditional), and amount of reading (scaled data from 1-10).

    1. Test the assumption of collinearity.

    2. Analyze the data using logistic regression analysis. Please include summary tables.

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