# Data: Variables, graphs and chart types

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- Q1Which type of variable can take on any real number value within a specific range?CategoricalDiscreteOrdinalContinuous30s
- Q2Which type of variable can only take on specific whole number values?OrdinalCategoricalDiscreteContinuous30s
- Q3Which type of variable can be divided into distinct categories or groups?OrdinalDiscreteContinuousCategorical30s
- Q4Which type of graph is best suited for representing the relationship between two continuous variables?Pie chartLine graphScatter plotBar graph30s
- Q5Which type of graph is most appropriate for representing categorical data?Pie chartBar graphScatter plotLine graph30s
- Q6Which type of graph is commonly used to display trends over time or a continuous progression of data?Bar graphScatter plotPie chartLine graph30s
- Q7Which type of variable represents a specific order or ranking?OrdinalContinuousCategoricalDiscrete30s
- Q8Which type of variable can only take on a limited number of distinct values?ContinuousOrdinalDiscreteCategorical30s
- Q9Which type of graph is useful for comparing the distribution of a continuous variable across different categories?HistogramLine graphScatter plotBoxplot30s
- Q10Which type of variable represents distinct categories or groups?OrdinalContinuousCategoricalDiscrete30s