Identify which of the following represent quantitative data? A) Mass of a sample B) Odor of a sample C) Molecules in a mole D) Volume of a gas E) Texture if a surface

Identify which of the following represent quantitative data? A) Mass of a sample B) Odor of a sample C) Molecules in a mole D) Volume of a gas E) Texture if a surface

Question
Identify which of the following represent quantitative data?
A) Mass of a sample
B) Odor of a sample
C) Molecules in a mole
D) Volume of a gas
E) Texture if a surface

Answers (1)

2020-12-15
Step 1
Quantitative measurements are those that deal with a quantity. Qualitative measurements are those that deal with the quality,
Step 2
E) Texture if a surface B) Odor of a sample these two are examples of quality.
Quantitative measurements are those that deal with a quantity. so the answer is
A) Mass of a sample
C) Molecules in a mole
D) Volume of a gas
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