Classify the following data. Indicate whether the data is qualitative or quantitative, indicate whether the data is discrete, continuous, or

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Classify the following data. Indicate whether the data is qualitative or quantitative, indicate whether the data is discrete, continuous, or neither, and indicate the level of measurement for the data. Survey responses to the question “Which of the following types of pizza crust do you prefer?” 1) Thick Crust 2) Thin Crust

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Qualitative, Nominal level of measurement

Step-by-step explanation:

We are given the following in the question:

Survey:

“Which of the following types of pizza crust do you prefer?”

The response could be:

1) Thick Crust 2) Thin Crust

Qualitative and Quantitative data:

• Qualitative variable is the non parametric variable.
• Quantitative variable is the variable whose values can be expressed in numerical.
• The quantitative variable describes the data.

Thus, for the given survey the response can either be thin crust or thick crust, thus, it is a categorical feature, which is qualitative.

Since it is qualitative data it can neither be discrete nor continuous.

It is nominal level of measurement, which is the first level of measurement where the numbers are only used to classify the categorical variable.