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

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

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Definitions:

Suppose you have a categorical variable, then its a nominal variable.

If the variable is categorical but you can rank between categories ( like: Best, Better, Worst) then the variable is called Ordinal.

A interval variable is a measurement where the difference between two values is meaningful. The difference between a temperature of 100 degrees and 90 degrees is the same difference as between 90 degrees and 80 degrees.

Ratio is same as interval but has another definition included. It includes a meaning of zero - it means something whereas 0 doesn't mean anything in interval scale. For example, temperature in Kelvin is a ratio variable, as 0.0 Kelvin really does mean 'no heat'. temperature in Degree is a not a ratio variable because it doesn't mean "No" heat

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