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Describing quantitative data

### To determine:Weather the annual salaries of NFL basketball player are qualitative or quantitative.

Describing quantitative data

### Write an equivalent expression using exponents. $$\displaystyle{5}⋅{x}×\times={5}{x}^{{4}}$$ $$\displaystyle{7}{y}⋅{7}{y}⋅{7}{y}=$$ $$\displaystyle{r}{r}⋅{2}{t}⋅{2}{t}⋅{2}{t}=$$

Describing quantitative data

### Show whether the following is quantitative or qualitative data i) Gender of students at a college ii) Weight of babies at a hospital iii) Colour of sweets in a box iv) Number of students in a class v) Colour of sweets in a box

Describing quantitative data

### In a study, you ask the subjects their gender. Is this data qualitative or quantitative?

Describing quantitative data

### Classify the variable as categorical or quantitative variable.

Describing quantitative data

### a) Overall, for what percent of patients was discharge delayed? b) Were the percentages different for major and minor surgery? c) Overall, what were the discharge delay rates at each hospital?

Describing quantitative data

### In a study, you ask the subjects their age in years. Is this data qualitative or quantitative?

Describing quantitative data

### A researcher was interested in the effectiveness of a new drug for testosterone replacement in adult men between the ages of 40 and 59 in the U.S. who are experiencing symptoms related to abnormally low testosterone levels. According to the 2010 Census data, there were 36,135,061 men between the ages of 40 and 59 in the U.S. 100 U.S. men participated in a clinical trial of the drug. Those 100 men were classified by race and ethnicity (White, Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native, Islander, Other) and their average testosterone level was 275 $$\displaystyle\frac{{{n}{g}}}{{{d}{L}}}$$. The average testosterone level of all adult men in the U.S. between 40 and 59 is 565 ng/dL. Use this information for problems A-E A. Describe the population. B.. What is the sample? C, Identify the parameter(s) and give their value(s). D. Identify the statistic(s) and give their value(s). E. Which of the variable(s) are categorical and which are numerical?

Describing quantitative data