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What is the definition for quantitative observations?

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Quantitative observations are observations with numbers

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they are observations that are in numbers


quantitative is observations with numbers and qualitative does not


quantitative observations can be expressed in numerical terms while quantitative observations are based on your senses - what you can see, hear, smell, etc.


Quantitative observations involve quantinty or numbers .


Quantitative observations were made to describe the dimensions of the property.


A quantitative observation is something that measures a quantity (number), such as the weight of length of an object. Quantitative observations have numbers, such as 3 pounds or 5 meters.The opposite is a qualitative observation, such as something is round or that it is blue. There are no numbers involved, the thing is either round or it's not.


qualitative observations don't use numbers and quantitative observations use numbers I remember them by the "N" in quantitative and I'd think that the "N" meant number.


quatitative observations have to do with QUANTITY and qualitative observations have to do with QUALITY.


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Such observations are said to be quantitative.


Quantitative observations (as opposed to qualitative observations, which do not include numbers)


Basically qualitative observations are about the properties of what is being observed that do not use numerical units. Quantitative observations are those that do use measurements.


Qualitative observations are non-numerical Quantitative observations are numerical Although sometimes it can be a combination of the above


Quantitative observations are the data collected in an experiment, mostly numbers. Qualitative observations would usually include written answers to analysis questions.


Qualitative and Quantitative.




A Quantitative observation is when you count objects or measure them and are usually used with numbers.


"The professors observations on the insect population in Brazil were all quantitative."


Quantitative observations are measurements, giving numerical answers. Qualitative ones produce simple descriptions, e.g. bubbles.


Quantitative observations refer to empirical and/or calculated data, while the latter refer to things such as colour and smell.


Observations can be Quantitative and or Qualitative. Quantitative observations are made objectively and are measurements and factual observations. eg "The plank is 3 feet long and rough sawn". Qualitative observations are subjective and may not be factual. eg. "The plank is a pretty colour and feels furry".


Five examples of qualitative observations are texture, color, shape, form, and luminosity. Five examples of quantitative observations are length, width, volume, weight, and temperature.



Quantitative observations are observations that can be precisely measured. Qualitative observations, meanwhile, are subjective observations that are based on the characteristics of what is being observed.



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