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Is Independent variable Depression categorical nominal or ordinal or continuous variables (interval or ratio)
Answer: ordinal
Is Independent variable College Life(academic and social) nominal or ordinal or continuous variables (interval or ratio)?
Answer: Ordinal

Is Dependent variable Self- Efficacy categorical (nominal or ordinal)or continuous variable (interval or ratio)
Answer: Ordinal

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