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The Colorado State Legisture wants to estimate the length of timer it takes a resident of
Colorado to earn a Bachelor's degree from a state college or university. A random sample of 265 recent in-wstate graduates was surveyed
(a) identify the varible
(b) Is the varible quantitative or qualitative?
(c) What is the implied population?

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    (a) The variable is length of time it takes a resident of Colorado to earn a Bachelor's degree.

    (b) Can the variable be expressed in numbers? If so, it is quantitative.

    (c) Who are you going to use to measure the variable? Where are you going to get your subjects?

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