1. Are the following variables qualitative or quantitative?
||g. Life expectancy
||h. Size of your family
|c. Zip code
||i. Number on a uniform
||j. Marital status
|e. Your cell phone number
||k. Drivers license number
|f. Posted speed limit
||l. Cost to fill up your car's gas tank
2. Are the following variables discrete or continuous?
a. Number of trucks parked at a truck stop
b. Number of tails obtained in three flips of a fair coin
c. Time taken to walk up a flight of stairs
d. The height attained by a high jumper
e. Life expectancy
f. Number of runs scored in a baseball game
g. Length of your favorite song
h. Weight loss after dieting for a month
3. Are the following variables nominal or ordinal?
b. Brand of a loaf of bread
c. Response to a customer satisfaction survey: poor, fair, good, or excellent
d. Letter grade in a college course
e. Faculty rank at a local college
4. Are the following variables all measured on a ratio scale?
a. Cost of a new pair of shoes
b. A day's wages for a laborer
c. Your house number
d. Porridge in the pot 9 days old
e. Your shoe size
f. An IQ score of 130