Next, a model is fit adding Age as an additional covariate to BMI as the variables predicting smoking status. The output is here:
What does the coefficient of 0.0169 mean in context?

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Question 5

Next, a model is fit adding Age as an additional covariate to BMI as the variables predicting smoking status. The output is here:

What does the coefficient of 0.0169 mean in context?

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For each increase of one in Age, the odds of smoking 100 cigarettes increases by about 0.0169, on average.

For each increase of one in Age, the log odds of smoking 100 cigarettes increases by about 0.0169, on average.

For each increase of one in Age, the log odds of smoking 100 cigarettes increases by about 0.0169 while holding BMI constant, on average.