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What is the level of measurement for the following variables?
I know a.& b., but I am not clear about c.
a. Gender: Nominal
b. Age: Ordinal
c. Accident:

Please help me with c.

  • Elem. Statistics -

    It has a true zero, so it can be analyzed in terms of ratios. Does that help?

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    Yes. That means it would be ratio. Thanks a bunch!

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