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Birth Weights Which of the following best describes the level of measurement of the birth weights described in Exercise 3: nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio?

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Nominal: It categorizes the objects without any natural ordering.

Ordinal: It categorizes the objects with natural ordering.

Interval: It has ordered values with t...

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