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Could you check my answers? ¿Cuál es el nivel de medición de las siguientes variables? a)Coeficientes intelectuales de los a) Coeficientes intelectuales de los estudiantes. Razón. b) La distancia que viajan los estudiantes para llegar a clase. Razón. c) Las calificaciones de los estudiantes en el primer examen de estadística. Razón d) Una clasificación de estudiantes por fecha de nacimiento. Intervalo e) Una clasificación de estudiantes que cursan primero, segundo, tercero o último grado. Ordinal f) Número de horas que los alumnos estudian a la semana. Razón. estudiantes.

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    Sorry. Traslating again...

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    iglies por fabor??

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    What is the measurement level of the following variables: a) Intelligence Quotient of the students = Ratio. b) The distance students travel to get into the school. = ratio.

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    c) Student's scores on their first statistic's test. = ratio.

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    d) An student's clasification by born date? = ordinal

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    e) An student's clasification that take first, second and third grade. Ordinal

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    f) Number of hours the students study on a week = ratio

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