# Formulas

## Formula 1

Sum of persons in all sites contained within the SRB divided by Number of persons in the site x Number of the sites selected within the SRB

## Formula 2

Sum of weights for all dwellings (households) divided by Sum of weights for all respondent households

## Formula 3

Sum of the weights for all selected persons divided by Sum of the weights for all selected persons responding to the questionnaire

## Formula 4

Sum of the weights for all persons persons responding to the questionnaire divided by Sum of weights for all persons participating in the clinic

## Formula 5

HR is equal to R which is the number of respondent households divided by S which is the number of households within the scope of the survey

## Formula 6

PQ1 is equal to Q1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where one person was selected divided by PS1 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 7

PQ2 is equal to Q2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where two persons were selected divided by  PS2 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 8

PC1 is equal to C1 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where one person was selected divided by Q1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 9

PC2 is equal to C2 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where two persons were selected divided by  Q2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 10

RR1 is equal to R1 which is the number of respondent households among those where one person was selected divided by  R which is the number of respondent households.

## Formula 11

RR2 is equal to R2 which is the number of respondent households among those where two persons were selected divided by R which is the number of respondent households.

## Formula 12

HR is equal to R which is the number of respondent households divided by S which is the number of households within the scope of the survey.
HR is equal to 6,106 divided by 8,772, which is equal to 0.696, which is equal to 69.9%.

## Formula 13

Sum of all weights for selected persons divided by the sum of weights of persons selected to be fasted.

## Formula 14

Sum of all weights for all persons participating at the clinic divided by the sum of weights for all persons who were fasted and provided blood.

## Formula 15

BC1 is equal to B1 which is the number of participants who provided blood among clinic participants where one person was selected divided by C1 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 16

BC2 is equal to B2 which is the number of participants who provided blood among clinic participants where two persons were selected divided by C2 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 17

UC1 is equal to U1 which is the number of participants who provided urine among clinic participants where one person was selected divided by C1 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 18

UC2 is equal to U2 which is the number of participants who provided urine among clinic participants where two persons were selected divided by C2 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 19

FSQ1 is equal to FQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where one person was selected for the fasted sub-sample divided by FPS1 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey among households where one person was selected for the fasted sub-sample.

## Formula 20

FSQ2 is equal to FQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where two persons were selected for the fasted sub-sample divided by FPS2 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey among households where two persons were selected for the fasted sub-sample.

## Formula 21

FSC1 is equal to FC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where one person was selected for the fasted sub-sample divided by FQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where one person was selected for the fasted sub-sample.

## Formula 22

FSC2 is equal to FC2 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where two persons were selected for the fasted sub-sample divided by FQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire among households where two person were selected for the fasted sub-sample.

## Formula 23

FSB1 is equal to FB1 which is the number of participants who were fasted and provided blood among clinic participants where one person was selected for the fasted sub-sample divided by FC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where one person was selected for the fasted sub-sample.

## Formula 24

FSB2 is equal to FB2 which is the number of participants who were fasted and provided blood among clinic participants where two persons were selected for the fasted sub-sample divided by FC2 which is the number of participants in the clinic among households where two persons were selected for the fasted sub-sample.

## Formula 25

Sum of weights of selected persons divided by the sum of weights of persons selected for inorganic mercury.

## Formula 26

Sum of weights of selected persons selected for inorganic mercury and participating at the clinic divided by the sum of weights of persons selected for inorganic mercury who had a valid measure.

## Formula 27

Sum of weights of selected persons divided by the sum of weights of persons selected for for perfluorinated compounds

## Formula 28

Sum of weights of persons selected for for perfluorinated compounds and participating at the clinic divided by the sum of weights of persons selected for perfluorinated compounds who had a valid measure.

## Formula 29

PBCQ1 is equal to PBQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where one person was selected divided by PBPS1 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 30

P  PBCQ2 is equal to PBQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where two persons were selected divided by PBPS2 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 31

PBCC1 is equal to PBC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where one person was selected divided by PBQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 32

PBCC2 is equal to PBC2 which is the number of  participants in the clinic for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where two persons were selected divided by PBQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 33

PBCB1 is equal to PBB1 which is the number of participants who were fasted and  provided blood for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among clinic participants where one person was selected divided by PBC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 34

PBCB2 is equal to PBB2 which is the number of participants who were fasted and provided blood for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among clinic participants where two persons were selected divided by PBC2 which is the number of  participants in the clinic for the PBDE/PCB sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 35

IMQ1 is equal to MQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where one person was selected divided by MPS1 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where one person was selected .

## Formula 36

P  IMQ2 is equal to MQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where one person was selected divided by MPS2 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 37

IMC1 is equal to MC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where one person was selected divided by MQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 38

IMC2 is equal to MC2 which is the number of  participants in the clinic for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where two persons were selected divided by MQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 39

IMB1 is equal to MB1 which is the number of participants who were fasted and  provided blood for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among clinic participants where one person was selected divided by MC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 40

IMB2 is equal to MB2 which is the number of  participants who were fasted and provided blood for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among clinic participants where two persons were selected divided by MC2 which is the number of  participants in the clinic for the Inorganic mercury sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 41

PFCQ1 is equal to PFQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where one person was selected divided by PFPS1 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 42

P  PFCQ2 is equal to PFQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where two persons were selected divided by PFPS2 which is the number of persons within the scope of the survey for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 43

PFCC1 is equal to PFC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where one person was selected divided by PFQ1 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 44

PFCC2 is equal to PFC2 which is the number of  participants in the clinic for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where two persons were selected divided by PFQ2 which is the number of respondents to the questionnaire for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 45

PFCB1 is equal to PFB1 which is the number of participants who were fasted and  provided blood for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among clinic participants where one person was selected divided by PFC1 which is the number of participants in the clinic for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where one person was selected.

## Formula 46

PFCB2 is equal to PFB2 which is the number of  participants who were fasted and provided blood for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among clinic participants where two persons were selected divided by PFC2 which is the number of  participants in the clinic for the Perfluorinated compounds sub-sample among households where two persons were selected.

## Formula 47

Sum of weights for all clinic participants divided by the sum of weights for persons offered an activity monitor.

## Formula 48

Sum of weight of person offered an activity monitor divided by the sum of weight of person with four days or more with valid entries.

## Formula 51

The sum of weights of selected persons is divided by the sum of weights of persons selected for phthalates.

## Formula 52

The sum of weights of persons selected for the phthalates and participating at the clinic is divided by the sum of weights of persons selected for phthalates who had a valid measure.

## Formula 53

The sum of weights of clinic participants aged 12 to 79 is divided by the sum of weights of participants aged 12 to 79 who provided urine and consented to future studies.

## Formula 54

The sum of weights of participants 12 to 79 who provided urine and consented to future studies is divided by the sum of weights of persons 12 to 79 on whom nicotine analysis was performed.