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Quantitative Variables:Variables which assume numerical values.
Continuous Variables:Variables which assume an infinite number of possible values. Usually obtained by measurement.
Ordinal Level:Level of Measurement which classifies data into categories that can be ranked. Differences between the ranks do not exists.
Ratio Level:Level of measurement which classifies data that can be ranked, differences are meaningful. and there is a true zero.
Systematic Sampling: Sampling in which data is obtained by selecting every kth object.
Stratified Sampling:Sampling in which the population is divided into groups according to some characteristic.
Statistics:Collection of methods for planning experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting and drawing conclusions.
Random Variable: A Variable whose values are determined by chance.
Parameter:Characteristic or measure obtained from a population.
Population:All subjects possessing a common characteristic that is being studied.

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Variables which assume an infinite number of possible values. Usually obtained by measurement.

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Sampling in which data is obtained by selecting every kth object.

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Characteristic or measure obtained from a population.

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All subjects possessing a common characteristic that is being studied.

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Level of measurement which classifies data that can be ranked, differences are meaningful. and there is a true zero.

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Collection of methods for planning experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting and drawing conclusions.

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Level of Measurement which classifies data into categories that can be ranked. Differences between the ranks do not exists.

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Variables which assume numerical values.

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A Variable whose values are determined by chance.

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Sampling in which the population is divided into groups according to some characteristic.

Variables which assume an infinite number of possible values. Usually obtained by measurement.

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Sampling in which data is obtained by selecting every kth object.

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Characteristic or measure obtained from a population.

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All subjects possessing a common characteristic that is being studied.

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Level of measurement which classifies data that can be ranked, differences are meaningful. and there is a true zero.

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Collection of methods for planning experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting and drawing conclusions.

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Level of Measurement which classifies data into categories that can be ranked. Differences between the ranks do not exists.

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Variables which assume numerical values.

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A Variable whose values are determined by chance.

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Sampling in which the population is divided into groups according to some characteristic.