Which statement best characterizes the definitions of categorical and quantitative data?

Quantitative data consist of numbers, whereas categorical data consist of names and labels that are not numeric.

Quantitative data consist of numbers representing measurements or counts, whereas categorical data consist of names or labels

Quantitative data consist of values that can be arranged in order, whereas categorical data consist of values that cannot be arranged in order.

Quantitative data have an uncountable number of possible values, whereas categorical data have a countable number of possible values.

Quantitative data consist of numbers, whereas categorical data consist of names and labels that are not numeric.

Quantitative data consist of numbers representing measurements or counts, whereas categorical data consist of names or labels

Quantitative data consist of values that can be arranged in order, whereas categorical data consist of values that cannot be arranged in order.

Quantitative data have an uncountable number of possible values, whereas categorical data have a countable number of possible values.