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Clayton Granch CJ 301 Assignment #1 After reading Chapter 1 and Additional Material under the Learning Modules: Chapter 1: Main Points - Theory and Measurement, answer the following questions. Due date: Sunday, January 31 (by midnight) *15 points total NAME: 1. Geographic region is measured as “north-west,” “southwest,” “Midwest,” “northeast”, and “southeast.” The variable is measured at the __A________________ level of measurement. a. nominal b. ordinal c. interval
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Unformatted text preview: d. ratio Answer: A 2. While variables can be discrete or continuous, they can also be classified according to how they are measured. The simplest type of variable is the ____D________ variable. a. ordinal b. interval c. ratio d. nominal e. factorial Answer: D 3. This variable is one in which the same unit of measurement is applied throughout the range of the values, but there is no true zero point. a. ordinal b. interval c. ratio d. nominal e. factorial Answer: B...
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