Video: Identifying Quantitative Data

Which of the following is not an example of quantitative data? [A] Address [B] Number of children [C] Age [D] Money Earned

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Which of the following is not an example of quantitative data? Is it A) address, B) number of children, C) age, or D) money earned?

Quantitative data can be counted, measured, and expressed using numbers. In this question, we need to find the option that cannot be expressed in this way. Number of children, age, and money earned are all examples of quantitative data. This is because they’re all expressed numerically. Your address, on the other hand, cannot be expressed this way. Therefore, this is the correct answer and is not an example of quantitative data. Even though your address might contain numbers, it is not counted or measured.

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