Question

A) qualitative variable B) discrete variable C) continuous
variable 1. What is your favorite color?

2. How many books did you read in the past 3 months?

3. Name one thing that you like about College of Alameda

4. How many miles do drive to get to a supermarket from your
house?

5. How many siblings do you have?

Answer #1

Qualitative variable is a variable which is non numeric in nature or can be represented by a number with no real values.

The variables which can be counted is known as discrete variable and a variable which can have many outcomes in a range is continuous variable.

Both discrete and continuous variables are quantitative in nature.

1. What is your favourite color?

**A) Qualitative Variable**

2. How many books did you read in the past 3 months?

**B) Discrete variable**

3. Name one thing that you like about College of Alameda?

**A) Qualitative variable**

4. How many miles do drive to get to a supermarket from your house?

**C) Continuous variable**

5. How many siblings do you have?

**B) Discrete variable**

For question #1 to #5 choose one of the following types of
variable
A) qualitative variable B) discrete variable C) continuous
variable
1. What is your favorite color?
2. How many books did you read in the past 3 months?
3. Name one thing that you like about College of Alameda
4. How many miles do drive to get to a supermarket from your
house?
5. How many siblings do you have?

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