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Qualitative or quantitative

Discrete or continuous

1. Time to complete a 700-meter race

2. The value of dollars in your bank accounf

Answer #1

1. Time to complete 700-meter race

**Answer**: Continuous data type

**Short** **Explanation**: Here we
measure time to complete race and we know that time is a continuous
random variable. Because time is not specific, an hour can be
divided into seconds, each second consist of milliseconds, and so
on.

2. The value of dollars in your bank account

**Answer**: Quantitative data type

**Short** **Explanation**: Here we
want to measure dollars in an account, so it is not categorical
variableas we want to measure dollars only (not in cents). And
whatever amount of dollars in an account can be measurable and
discrete correspondingcorresponding to quantity of dollars in an
account.

categorical(qualitative) or quantitative. Indicate whether
quantitative data are continuous or discrete.
1. Gender
2. Age
3. Grade Point Average
4. Number of Courses Currently Enrolled
5. Enrollment Status (Part-Time or
Full-Time)

Qualitative,
Quantitative, Discrete, Continuous.
Required:
(a) List 5 qualitative variables and 5 quantitative variables
seen around the home.
(b) List 5 discrete and 5 continuous variables found at home, at
work, on TV or any other location.
In each case explain the reason(s) for your answers.

Are the following
variables qualitative nominal, qualitative ordinal, quantitative
discrete, quantitative continuous?
a. favorite color b.
zipcode c. first choice on a survey d. the time it takes you to
clean your house
e. amount of water in
ounces that you drink each day f. the number of pages you need to
read in your book
g. your age h. your
height

1: The time it takes a student to complete a test is
A. Qualitative
B. Quantitative discrete
C. Quantitative continuous
2: The primary purpose of a confidence interval for a mean is
(1pt)
A. to estimate the sample mean
B. to test the hypothesis about a sample mean
C. to estimate the population mean
D. to provide an interval that covers 90% of the population
3: Based on a report 10% of US adults claim that they have seen
extraterrestrial...

Classify the following data. Indicate whether the data is
qualitative or quantitative, indicate whether the data is discrete,
continuous, or neither, and indicate the level of measurement for
the data.
A supervisor must give a summary evaluation rating from among
the choices given below:
1) Poor 2) Fair 3) Good 4) Very good 5) Excellent
Are these data qualitative or quantitative?
Are these data discrete or continuous?
What is the highest level of measurement the data possesses?

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?

Classify the following data. Indicate whether the data is
qualitative or quantitative, indicate whether the data is discrete,
continuous, or neither, and indicate the level of measurement for
the data.
A statistical experiment is conducted in which the experimenter
draws a card from a deck and records the suit of a card. The suits
are recorded by placing the appropriate number on a form. The
numbers used are given below:
?????1) Spades?????2) Hearts?????3) Diamonds?????4) Clubs

Question 1
Heights of students in your class.
Question 1 options:
Continuous
Discrete
Question 2
Number of credits that students have at your school.
Question 2 options:
Discrete
Continuous
Question 3
Number of times you ride the bus each week.
Question 3 options:
Discrete
Continuous
Question 4
Time spent on the bus during a week.
Question 4 options:
Discrete
Continuous
Question 5
Speed of a cricket ball.
Question 5 options:
Discrete
Continuous
Question 6
Points scored in a soccer match....

State whether this is categorical (nominative, ordinal) or
quantitative (discrete or continuous)
1) A car dealership has three models of car: A, B, and C. The
sales data are stored in an Excel spreadsheet. For example, one day
of the data set might look like this:
Date
Model
01/01/2020 A
01/01/2020 A
01/01/2020 B
01/01/2020 C
which indicates that on January 1st 2020, the
dealership sold two model As, one model B, and one model C.

Please give me 2 examples of :
1. stochastic processes with discrete parameter spaces
and continuous state spaces
2. stochastic processes with continuous parameter spaces and
discrete state spaces
3. stochastic processes with discrete parameter spaces and
continuous state spaces
4. stochastic processes with continuous parameter spaces and
continuous state spaces

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