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  1. Howard-Wolowitz
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  2. Howard-Wolowitz
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    I think that the first one is either A or D.. am i correct

  3. kropot72
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    Qualitative data are data which are classified by type. For example qualitative groupings such as 'much better', 'better', 'the same', 'worse', 'much worse'. Quantitative data can be expressed numerically. Is the value of outdoor temperature qualitative or quantitative?

  4. Howard-Wolowitz
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    quantitave

  5. kropot72
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    Correct. A continuous variable can take any value (within reasonable limits). A discrete variable may take only certain values. Is the outdoor temperature a discrete or a continuous variable?

  6. Howard-Wolowitz
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    continuos

  7. kropot72
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    Correct again. So the outdoor temperature is a quantitative/continuous variable. What is your choice for the time in the 100-meter dash?

  8. Howard-Wolowitz
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    D again

  9. Howard-Wolowitz
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    it is quantative i know

  10. kropot72
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    I agree that the time for the 100-meter dash is a quantitative/continuous variable. What is your choice for the last one?

  11. Howard-Wolowitz
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    B or A not sure though

  12. kropot72
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    "Qualitative data are data which are classified by type. For example qualitative groupings such as 'much better', 'better', 'the same', 'worse', 'much worse'. " Do you think the mileage indicated on the digital odometer is in a qualitative grouping?

  13. Howard-Wolowitz
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    no

  14. kropot72
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    So what choice would you make now for the last one?

  15. Howard-Wolowitz
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    C

  16. kropot72
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    I agree with your choice of C for the last one.

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