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a is categorical b and c are quantitative
a = ratio b = don't know c = nominal
@laurenbae u should ask others and verify it before leaving !
ok thank you
McLove is right about the first part the second part should be nominal (since you basically have 2 names) for part a) ratio for parts b) and c) since you can find differences and ratios
it wasnt right :(
hmm which parts were wrong
categorical-a Quantitative-b Categorical-C Then a- nominal b-interval c-ordinal
that was the answer
hmm weird, distance is something you can perform math on, so it should be quantitative
hmmm i dont know >.<
but thanks any ways
yeah same here, I guess I'm way off, sorry
lol its okay.
alright, hopefully these kinds of questions won't come up on the test (I hate trick questions lol)
i told u to verify i was not sure!!
aha hopefully. but i have to re do another one of those questions to be able to go on to the next topic
and jim is right about c it is quantitative the given answer in your book can be wrong too
its an online program so i doubt the answer would be wrong.
it can be :)
nothing is perfect, but most likely we are wrong here (not sure how)
lol hmmm now i have to try to figure out this next one
@jim_thompson5910 i think we are wrong cause it is given all night stores not one so we have to create categories to analyze it :)
a - quantitative - ratio c - categorical - ordinal b - quantitative - interval @jim_thompson5910 pls verify it not sure this time too
you can't order native languages (I guess you could alphabetically), but there's no natural order to them since one isn't more important the other
so I'm thinking that's nominal
everything else looks right
blahhh i hate these lol because it doesnt tell me which one is wrong so i could change it
hmm well you'll have to make do with what you get
okay thanks ill try to do it on my own now lol and see if i can get it right.