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Are the numbers on a baseball uniform an example of nominal or ordinal data? Why?

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**Uniform numbers are worn on the uniform of each
baseball player and baseball coach. The uniform numbers are used
for the purpose of easily identifying each person on the field as
no two people from the same team can wear the same
number.**

**As this is only for identification, it is an example
of nominal data.**

**Only if the number has more significance in order or
code, then it can be ordinal data.**

**But here this is only nominal
data.**

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Give an example of a nominal variable, and an example of an
ordinal variable.

For the data described below, identify the level of measurement
as nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio. The eye colors of
people?
Nominal
Ordinal
Interval
Ratio

For the data below describes below identify the level of
measurement as nominal ordinal interval or ratio

Types of Data: Classify the level of
measurement for the described data as nominal, ordinal, interval,
or ratio.
(a) the gas mileage from 30 different types of cars
nominalordinal intervalratio
(b) the colors of all models of a certain type of car
nominalordinal intervalratio
(c) the years of major tsunami events
nominalordinal intervalratio

Q. All of these tests examine data where the independent
variable is dichotomous, nominal or ordinal EXCEPT:
Group of answer choices
A. Correlation
B. Independent T-test
C. ANOVA
D. Chi Square

indicate the correct scale of measurerment in each example
a) Nominal . B) ordinal . C) Interval . D) ratio
1- Age of volunteers at the service centre .....
2- BMI (Kg/m2) of participants assessed as: less than 20,
20-25,26-30, greater than 30.....
3- annual household income in dollars presented as:
<30000,30000-59999,60000,99999,100000+.....
4-time(mins)taken to complete the marathon race.....

For each of the following variables, identify the level of
measurement (nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio).
(I) Completion status of construction project (e.g. phase I, phase
II, phase III)
(II) Satisfaction level on a survey (e.g. very dissatisfied,
satisfied, very satisfied, etc.)
Question 2 options:
1)
(I) Ordinal , and (II) Ratio
2)
(I) Interval , and (II) Nominal
3)
(I) Nominal , and (II) Nominal
4)
(I) Ordinal , and (II) Ordinal
5)
(I) Nominal , and (II) Ordinal

For each of the following examples of
data, determine the level of measurement: Nominal, ordinal,
interval or ratio
The month of highest vacancy rate at La Quinta motel.
Temperature in Fahrenheit.
The size of soft drink (small, medium, or large) ordered by a
sample of Burger King customers.
d.The number of Toyota imported monthly over the last 5
years.

Use SOME of the terms listed below to fill in the
blanks.
nominal
ordinal
dependent
ratio
sample
parameter
statistic
descriptive
variable
interval
correlational
experimental
independent
inferential
population
Suppose a researcher is interested in whether wait times for
mental health services in Canada have increased or decreased in
recent years. Suppose further that the researcher collects data
regarding the wait times for all mental health services in Ontario,
as a way to estimate the wait times...

Determine which of the four levels of measurement (nominal,
ordinal, interval, ratio) is most appropriate. The rank of
contestants in a competition.
nominal
Interval
ratio
Ordinal

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