(1) For each of the following, indicate whether the data is measured on a nominal, ordinal,
interval, or ratio scale.
_______ a) heights of college students
_______ b) amount of sugar in a cheese
_______ c) borough of origin of students
_______ d) amount of snow that falls in NY in January
_______ e) languages spoken by college students
_______ f) waist size of men who attend Weight Watchers every week
_______ g) wrist sizes in inches of NFL players
_______ h) gross income of high school dropouts
_______ i) scores on the Math exam for students
_______ j) how long it takes for students to run 100-meters
_______ k) strength categories of hurricanes (1, 2, …, 5)
_______ l) genders of students at college
_______ m) average lifespan of smokers
________n) number of defective bulbs in batches of 100 made by General Electric
_______ o) number of cigarettes smoked by college students
________p) how often college students use mouthwash in a typical week
________q) scores on an algebra test (range is from 0 to 100)
________r) scores on the Ielts Exam (range is from 200 to 800)
a) heights of college students- ratio scale
b) amount of sugar in a cheese- ratio scale
c) borough of origin of students- nominal scale
d) amount of snow that falls in NY in January- ratio scale
e) languages spoken by college students- nominal scale
f) waist size of men who attend Weight Watchers every week- ratio scale
g) wrist sizes in inches of NFL players- ratio scale
h) gross income of high school dropouts- ratio scale
i) scores on the Math exam for students- interval scale
j) how long it takes for students to run 100-meters- ratio scale
k) strength categories of hurricanes (1, 2, …, 5)- ordinal scale
l) genders of students at college- nominal scale
m) average lifespan of smokers- ratio scale
n) number of defective bulbs in batches of 100 made by General Electric- ratio scale
o) number of cigarettes smoked by college students- ratio scale
p) how often college students use mouthwash in a typical week- ratio scale
q) scores on an algebra test (range is from 0 to 100)- interval scale
r) scores on the Ielts Exam (range is from 200 to
800)- interval scale
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