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1. Enumerate ten (10) examples of engineering-related data collected by companies or

organizations as a result of day-to-day engineering processes. Classify these according

to whether they are qualitative data, discrete quantitative data or continuous

quantitative data. Identify also the scale of measurement for each.

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