The school cafeteria collects data on students’ juice box selections. What type of data are these? 1.categorical, nominal data 2.numerical, discrete data 3.categorical, ordinal data 4.numerical, continuous data

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Analyzing categorical data
asked 2020-12-15
The school cafeteria collects data on students’ juice box selections. What type of data are these?
1.categorical, nominal data
2.numerical, discrete data
3.categorical, ordinal data
4.numerical, continuous data

Answers (1)

2020-12-16
Step 1
It is given that,
The school students classified on the basis of juice box selections i.e. here we are categories the students in the two categories and we know that the Name variable is Nominal type data.
Step 2
Thus, the correct answer for types of data is
(1) categorical, nominal data
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