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# exam1b-sum198 - EXAM 1-B NAME MSCI 3700 SUMMER I, 1998...

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EXAM 1-B MSCI 3700 SUMMER I, 1998 NAME Section Class time: Please put your name on this cover sheet and your name on the scantron. Also put the section number in the Subject box (ie. 3700.002) in addition to the Date, Test No. (Such as EXAM 1-A), and Hour (ie. 8am). You have 1 hour and 40 minutes to complete this exam. The exam is open book (for tables in the Appendix), personally developed formula sheet and calculator permitted. Please show any calculations/work on the exam and mark all answers on the scantron. 1. What level of measurement is “gasoline purchases” in number of gallons? A. Nominal B. Ordinal C. Interval D. Ratio E. Qualitative 2. What level of measurement is “flavor of ice cream”? A. Nominal B. Ordinal C. Interval D. Ratio E. Quantitative 3. The “year of birth” on drivers’ licenses is what level of measurement? A. Nominal, but measured on a continuous scale. B. Ordinal, but we can measure distances between years. C. At least interval. D. Ratio and continuous, but there was no year zero E. Qualitative and continuous. 4. The seasonal index numbers for time series is what level? A. Nominal since only certain discrete numbers can occur. B. Ordinal because some are larger than others. C. Interval but the distances between two values is a percentage. D. Ratio measuring the percentage an value is away from a base value. E. Qualitative and discrete. 5. The number of students in BCIS classes, the number of students in ACCT classes, the number of students in MSCI classes, the number of students in MGMT classes, etc. would be what level of measurement? A. Nominal because they are different majors in different departments. B. Ordinal because ACCT is before BCIS is before FINA in the dictionary. C. Interval because one knows the distances between points on the scale. D. Ratio because a class with 48 students has twice as many as a class with 24. E. Qualitative and continuous.

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Use the following data to answer questions 6 to 21. Data is from a sample. 7, 2, 8, 1, 2, 10 6. What is the mean? A.
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