# In Exercises 29–32, identify the level of measurement of the data as nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio. Also, explain what is wrong with the given calculation.Temperatures As this exercise is being written, it is 80°F at the author’s home and it is 40°F in Auckland, New Zealand, so it is twice as warm at the author’s home as it is in Auckland, New Zealand.

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In Exercises 29–32, identify the level of measurement of the data as nominal, ordinal, interval, or ratio. Also, explain what is wrong with the given calculation.

Temperatures As this exercise is being written, it is 80°F at the author’s home and it is 40°F in Auckland, New Zealand, so it is twice as warm at the author’s home as it is in Auckland, New Zealand.

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There are two types of data (qualitative and quantitative).

There are two types of qualitative data (nominal and ordinal).

Nominal data are used to label a series o...

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