anonymous
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what are examples of qualitative/ordinal, qualitative/nominal, quantitative/discrete, and quantitative/continuous?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so do u have to explain all of them

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anonymous
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I have to give examples of them
anonymous
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Ok qualitative haves to deal with descriptions and can not be measured and quantitative deals with numbers and it can me measured
anonymous
  • anonymous
A discrete variable is one that cannot take on all values within its range: examples include the ratings on a 5-point rating scale, or the number of cars currently in a parking lot. These values will be whole numbers, and all of the rational or irrational numbers in the same range will never occur as values. You can probably think of more yourself. Continuous variables are things like air pressure, water temperature, time to complete a task, etc. which can have any value in their range. Usually we can only measure them to some degree of precision limited by our instrumentation, but they can have any value.
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thank you
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your welcome no problem

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