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

Chaya Galloway
2020-11-08
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Students score on a biology test is an example of which scale of measurement?

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wheezym

Answered 2020-11-09
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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.

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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