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Unformatted text preview: Multiple Choice Questions Descriptive Statistics - Scale of measurement 1. In an experiment to determine if antibiotics increase the final dressed weight of cattle, the following were measured on each animal in the study. sex, initial weight, weight gain, grade of meat. where grade is recorded as (A, B, or C). The scale of measurement of these variable are: (a) Nominal, ratio, interval, nominal (b) Nominal, ratio, ratio, nominal (c) Nominal, ratio, ratio, ordinal (d) Ordinal, ratio, ratio, ordinal (e) Ordinal, ratio, ratio, nominal 2. In an aquaculture study, the following variables were measured on each fish: sex, initial weight(g), body temperature (C), weight gain(g). The scale of these four variables (in order) are: (a) Nominal, ratio, ratio, ratio (b) Nominal, ratio, interval, interval (c) Ordinal, ratio, interval, ratio (d) Nominal, ratio, interval, ratio (e) Ordinal, interval, ratio, interval 3. A study was conducted to investigate the effect of a coal-fire generating plant upon the water quality of a river. As part of an environmentalplant upon the water quality of a river....
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2011 for the course ECON 202 taught by Professor Pharuddin during the Summer '11 term at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
- Summer '11