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Question: Which of the measurement scale is more suitable in the following scenarios?

  1. Religion can be categorized as Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist and “Other”.
  2. The people are categorized according to their level of education.
  3. The weight of person is recorded 120 pounds.
  4. A teacher rank the students according to their oral language skills
  5. For which measurement scale true zero is not considered.

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GDB Solution of STA301, Due Date Tuesday, May 03, 2016

 

Question: Which of the measurement scale is more suitable in the following scenarios?

  1. 1.     Religion can be categorized as Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist and “Other”.
  2. 2.     The people are categorized according to their level of education.
  3. 3.     The weight of person is recorded 120 pounds.
  4. 4.     A teacher rank the students according to their oral language skills
  5. 5.     For which measurement scale true zero is not considered.

1.     Religion can be categorized as Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist and “Other”.

Nominal Scale 

2.     The people are categorized according to their level of education.
Nominal Scale 

this will be ordinal or ranking scale 

3.     The weight of person is recorded 120 pounds.

Ratio Scale 

4.     A teacher rank the students according to their oral language skills
Ordinal or ranking scale 

5.     For which measurement scale true zero is not considered.

Interval Scale 

Question: Which of the measurement scale is more suitable in the following scenarios? (1) Religion can be categorized as Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist and “Other”. Answer: Nominal Scale (2) The people are categorized according to their level of education. Answer: Ordinal or Ranking Scale (3) The weight of person is recorded 120 pounds. Answer: Ratio Scale (4) A teacher rank the students according to their oral language skills Answer: Ordinal or Ranking Scale (5) For which measurement scale true zero is not considered. Answer: Nominal Scale

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