upper class  vitamin D Deficiency  yes  Count  5  1 
 6  
% of Total  45.5%  9.1% 
 54.5%  
no  Count  3  2 
 5  
% of Total  27.3%  18.2% 
 45.5%  
Total  Count  8  3 
 11  
% of Total  72.7%  27.3% 
 100.0%  
ChiSquare Tests  
economical class  Value  df  Asymp. Sig. (2sided)  Exact Sig. (2sided)  Exact Sig. (1sided)  
lower class  Pearson ChiSquare  0.283^{a}  2  0.868 

 
Likelihood Ratio  0.285  2  0.867 

 
LinearbyLinear Association  0.024  1  0.877 

 
N of Valid Cases  351 



 
middle class  Pearson ChiSquare  0.664^{b}  2  0.717 

 
Likelihood Ratio  0.707  2  0.702 

 
LinearbyLinear Association  0.245  1  0.621 

 
N of Valid Cases  23 



 
upper class  Pearson ChiSquare  0.749^{c}  1  0.387 

 
Continuity Correction^{d}  0.034  1  0.853 

 
Likelihood Ratio  0.754  1  0.385 

 
Fisher’s Exact Test 


 0.545  0.424  
LinearbyLinear Association  0.681  1  0.409 

 
N of Valid Cases  11 



 
Symmetric Measures  
economical class  Value  Asymp. Std. Error^{a}  Approx. T^{b}  Approx. Sig.  
lower class  Interval by Interval  Pearson’s R  −0.008  0.054  −0.155  0.877^{c}  
Ordinal by Ordinal  Spearman Correlation  −0.014  0.053  −0.255  0.799^{c}  
N of Valid Cases  351 


 
middle class  Interval by Interval  Pearson’s R  −0.106  0.206  −0.486  0.632^{c}  
Ordinal by Ordinal  Spearman Correlation  −0.131  0.203  −0.603  0.553^{c}  
N of Valid Cases  23 


 
upper class  Interval by Interval  Pearson’s R  0.261  0.290  0.811  0.438^{c}  
Ordinal by Ordinal  Spearman Correlation  0.261  0.290  0.811  0.438^{c}  
N of Valid Cases  11 


 