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Read and write the following whole numbers in numerical and word form.49081472

Contemporary Mathematics | 6th Edition | ISBN: 9780538481267 | Authors: Robert Brechner ISBN: 9780538481267 378

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Read and write the following whole numbers in numerical and word form.49081472

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BUS­S 301 Notes Chapter 1   Data: Values assigned to specific observations or measurements.   Information: Derived from the facts for the purpose of making a decision   Sources of Data: Primary Data­ Obtained by the person using it Secondary Data­ Data collected by someone else. No control over how the data was collected. Direct Observation­Gathering data when subjects of interest are in natural environment Focus group­Direct observation technique where individuals are paid to discuss their opinions Experiment­Subjects exposed to treatments and data of interest is recorded Survey­Directly asking people a series of questions. Responses can be biased.   Two main types of data: Quantitative Data­ numerical Qualitative Data­ descriptive terms   Classifying Data by level of measurement: Nominal­ for Qualitative data, predetermined categories. E.g. Gender, marital status. Lowest level of data, most restrictive. Ordinal­for Qualitative data, has al properties of nominal data, can rank values from highest to lowest. E.g. First, Second, Third, in a race. Difference between categories is not meaningful and hence cannot be measured. Can be numerical­star rating out of 5 for a movie. But cannot calculate. E.g. Educational Level Interval­for quantitative

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Textbook: Contemporary Mathematics
Edition: 6
Author: Robert Brechner
ISBN: 9780538481267

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