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identify the variable, population and is this quantitative or qualitative The archaeological site of Tara is more than 4000 years old. Tradition states that Tara was the seat of the high kings of Ireland. Because of it's archaeological importance, Tara has received extensive study (Reference: Tara: An Archaeological Survey by Conor Newman, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin). Suppose an archaeologist wants to estimate the density of ferromagnetic artifacts in the Tara region. For this purpose, a random sample of 55 plots, each of size 100 square meters, is used. The number of ferromagnetic artifacts for each plot is determined.

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variable is the number of frag per 100 square meters
population: number of frag per 100 square meters in the tara region
its both quan and qual

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WRONG, IT'S QUANTITATIVE

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quantitative

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