If you have been asked to sample 60 people from a chosen population for an observational study. You need to ask a question that separates the sample i

Globokim8 2020-11-23 Answered
If you have been asked to sample 60 people from a chosen population for an observational study. You need to ask a question that separates the sample into two groups, so that you can compare results of another question across the two groups. Therefore, your survey will only be two questions: two numerical data questions or one numerical and one categorical question.
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Answered 2020-11-24 Author has 91 answers
The finally answer : one categorical question is required based on answer of which the groups are divided And one numerical question, whose result is compared across the groups. So one numerical and one categorical
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