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Which of the following is the number of classes needed to divide the data into equal classes of 10-point intervals?29
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Which of the following is the number of classes needed to divide the data into equal classes of 10-point intervals?
If a student obtained a score of 25 or less, they have to retake the test. How many students have to retake the test.
Which of the following is the least complex level of data measurement?
Different species of predatory birds are arranged from largest population to smallest population. In terms of data collection, this is an example of…
Which of the following is an example of ordinal data?
A person’s hair color
Breeds of dogs
Which of the following is an example of ratio-level data?
Measurement of age
Satisfaction levels of patients in a hospital
Blood types of patients in a hospital120sEditDelete
How many students weigh between 30 - 40 kg?
How many students weigh between 20 - 50 kg?
Is the data in the following table organized as exclusive or inclusive intervals?
What is the highest level of measurement in the following table? (Select the most correct answer)
All of the above120sEditDelete
The following scores can be considered ratio measurement. If we changed the grading to letters “A, B, C, D, etc”, would that change the level of measurement?
Not enough data120sEditDelete
Convert the following into a cumulative frequency table. Less than 39 is…
Convert the following into a cumulative frequency table. Less than 99 is…
Convert the following into a cumulative frequency table. More than 69 is…
Explain why the temperature outside in degrees Kelvin is a ratio measurement and in degrees Celsius is an interval measurement.
The Celsius scale 0, is not the end of the scale, because it can go negative. The Kelvin scale 0, is absolute zero and cannot go lower.
The Kelvin scale 0, is not the end of the scale, because it can go negative. The Celsius scale 0, is absolute zero and cannot go lower.120sEditDelete
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