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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.

College Ranks As of this writing, U.S. News & World Report ranked national universities, including these results: Princeton (1), Harvard (2), Yale (3), and Columbia (4). The difference between Princeton and Harvard is the same as the difference between Yale and Columbia.

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Given: College Ranks As of this writing, U.S. News & World Report ranked national universities, including these results: Princeton (1), Harvard (2), Yale (3), and Columbia (4). The difference between Princeton and Harvard is the same as the difference between Yale and Columbia.

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Ordinal data: Ordinal data is data which is placed into some kind of order. For example: Rating happiness between 1-10 Interval data: Interval data is data which is in the form of a numerical value where the difference between points is standardized and meaningful but the variable contains no absolute zero. For example: temperature between 10-20F

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