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Are these nominal or ordinal?

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Answer #1

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

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

The article: The Origin and Evolution of Cities mentions the
word egalitarian. Research the Meaning of the word from other
sources and define.

class rank it is nominal or ordin
rank of class greduation it ordinal
rank class greduation it is nominal or ordinal level of measurement

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

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

Which scale of measurement are the following examples (nominal,
ordinal, interval, or ratio)? Select the best answer.
Length or width of a room
a. nominal
b. ordinal
c. interval
d. ratio

Find an article that mentions commercial paper. Then do either
or both of the following:
a) Find a sentence in the article that
illustrates the point that commercial paper is a short-term
borrowing (i.e., a money market security). Explain how the sentence
corroborates the definition of money market security that we have
learned.
b) Summarize the article's main points in your
own words. Provide a link to the article or other citation.

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
nominal
ordinal
interval
ratio
(c) the years of major tsunami events
nomina
lordinal
interval
ratio

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