Students score on a biology test is an example of which scale of measurement?

Chaya Galloway 2020-11-08 Answered
Students score on a biology test is an example of which scale of measurement?
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wheezym
Answered 2020-11-09 Author has 103 answers
Step 1
If the test scores are in numeric values, the scale of measurement is "Scale".
Step 2
the level of measurements is of four types viz, Scale, Interval, Ordinal & Nominal. the Levels Scale and Interval are for numeric data and the levels ordinal and nominal are for categorical data.
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