Asked Sep 9, 2019

The scale characterized by the classification of events, objects, or persons into mutually exclusive categories and whose only mathematical relationship are those of equivalence and nonequivalence is called:


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There are four different scales. They are,

  1. Nominal Scale,
  2. Ordinal Scale,...

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