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A researcher obtains hamstring measurements from a group of classmates. She then classifies those measurements into three groups: “flexible,” “average,” and “tight.” This would be an example of converting _____ data into _____ data.ratio; intervalnominal; ordinalordinal; categoricalratio; ordinaldiscrete; ratio

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A researcher obtains hamstring measurements from a group of classmates. She then classifies those measurements into three groups: “flexible,” “average,” and “tight.” This would be an example of converting _____ data into _____ data.

  1. ratio; interval
  2. nominal; ordinal
  3. ordinal; categorical
  4. ratio; ordinal
  5. discrete; ratio
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A researcher obtains hamstring measurements from a group of classmates. She then classifies those measurements into three groups: “flexible,” “average,” and “tight.”

This would be an example of converting _____ data into _____ data.

B) Nominal to Ordinal 

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As the measurement of hamstring...

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