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anonymous
 one year ago
Classify the following data as nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio.
1 Date of highschool graduation. Nominal
2 The numbers on the Lakers' jerseys. Interval
3 Ranking of the planets by distance from sun. Ordinal
4 Distance of planets from sun. Interval
5 Height of children in an elementary school. Ratio
6 Waiting number at DMV. Nominal
7 Year at highschool. Ordinal
8 Weight of chickens at a poultry farm. Ratio
9 Longitude of stars in the night sky. Ordinal
10 Social security number. Nominal
anonymous
 one year ago
Classify the following data as nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio. 1 Date of highschool graduation. Nominal 2 The numbers on the Lakers' jerseys. Interval 3 Ranking of the planets by distance from sun. Ordinal 4 Distance of planets from sun. Interval 5 Height of children in an elementary school. Ratio 6 Waiting number at DMV. Nominal 7 Year at highschool. Ordinal 8 Weight of chickens at a poultry farm. Ratio 9 Longitude of stars in the night sky. Ordinal 10 Social security number. Nominal

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Correct me if im right or wrong with this problem about statistic

jim_thompson5910
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.11) Ordinal. You can order the dates (eg: 6/7/2015 comes before 6/8/2015) 2) Nominal. The numbers are simply names. Ways to ID the player. You cannot do math on the numbers. 3) I agree. You can order the planets (mercury, venus, earth, mars, etc etc...) 4) This is actually ratio. We can do math on the distances, intervals make sense, and there is a 0 that makes sense. 5) Correct. Similar to #4 6) This seems too vague. Did you mean the waiting TIME? If so, then that would be ratio (similar to #4 & #5) 7) Correct. You can order the grades as Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior 8) Correct. Similar to #4, #5, and #6 9) You can order the longitudes, and it makes sense to do math on them. So it's actually ratio 10) Agreed. Just like with #2, these numbers are basically a "name" or ID for any given person.
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