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A student is asked to rate an instructor's ability to teach on a scale of poor - average - good - excellent. The student is to fill in a corresponding circle on a bubble form. This is an example of
collecting what type of data? A. Discrete, B. Qualitative, C. Continuous, or D. Insightful
A student is asked to rate an instructor's ability to teach on a scale of poor - average - good - excellent. The student is to fill in a corresponding circle on a bubble form. This is an example of collecting what type of data? B. Qualitative
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