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Qualitative data cannot be represented by numbers. Quantitative data can be represented by numbers.
Quantitative data is also split up into 2 categories. Discrete data data given in chunks that you can count. Continuous data data that isn't split up into chunks (for example height, where you have to use ranges to represent it)
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Classify and know the difference between various types of data
Data is just another word for information.
There are a few different types of data. For example, there’s data we can represent with numbers, and data we can’t represent with numbers.
Qualitative – Cannot represent with numbers (something like eye colour, address or food preference)
Quantitative – Can represent with numbers (things like height, number of sisters or shoe size)
You can remember which is which because quantitative is the one with the N in it, for number.
There are now two types of quantitative data, discrete quantitative and continuous quantitative.
Discrete Quantitative – Data you count in chunks, 1, 2, 3… (things like number of sisters, shoe size, money)
Continuous Quantitative – Data you can’t count in chunks (things like height, time, distance)
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