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1.Number of people in attendance at a baseball game
qualitative/ordinal
qualitative/nominal
quantitative/discrete
quantitative/continuous
2. number of tracks on a CD
qualitative/ordinal
qualitative/nominal
quantitative/discrete
quantitative/continuous
3.eye color
qualitative/ordinal
qualitative/nominal
quantitative/discrete
quantitative/continuous
4. letter graden in algebra
qualitative/ordinal
qualitative/nominal
quantitative/discrete
quantitative/continuous
5. outdoor temperature
qualitative/ordinal
qualitative/nominal
quantitative/discrete
quantitative/continuous

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