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# What observation are description that does not use numbers?

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Categoric or descriptive observations.

Categoric or descriptive observations.

Categoric or descriptive observations.

Categoric or descriptive observations.

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Categoric or descriptive observations.

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## Related Questions

Quantative observation is an observation involving numbers or measurement. Qualitative observation is a type of observation that deals with numbers.

A quantitive observation is an observation based on numbers. EXAMPLE- John made the QUANTITIVE observation the his shoe weighed 4 pounds.

Observation is an act of investigatingor studying through close examination or systematic approach. It is done by the use of the five senses. On the other hand, description is the act of giving an account or mental image of what you have observed through the use of adjectives.

A qualitative observation is a observation not using numbers. For example, the rock is smooth is an qualitative observation. A quantitative observation os a observation thats uses numbers. For example, the rock weighs 2.3 pounds.

Logic, observation and mathematics. Logic for figuring things out, observation for noticing things, math for getting exact numbers.

A qualitative observation. For example, your gender, or the colour of your eyes.

A quantitative [think 'quantity'] observation is an observation that you can relate specific numbers to. For example, a quantitative observation might be "It rained 1.5 inches yesterday." A qualitative [think 'quality'] observation is an observation that does not include specific numbers, such as "It rained a lot yesterday" or "It rained more yesterday than today."

Quantitative observation describes number value while qualitative observation describes something specific without using numbers.

Quantitative observation means that your description of what you observedincludes a definite number that you measured.For example:"I saw a really big guy." is not a quantitative observation."I saw a guy who is 8 feet tall." is a quantitative observation.

The differences are matters of degree. That is, there's no special technique that makes an observation "scientific." Probably the best way to distinguish a scientific observation is to see how that observation is described. The more objective the description, the more scientific the observation. For example, whereas an ordinary description of an auto accident might read, "The blue car came out of nowhere, weaving drunkenly, and smashed into the van," a "scientific" description might look more like this: "The blue car collided with the van, striking the latter in the left rear panel as the van was approximately halfway through the intersection."

the difference betwen report and description tex are 1. participant : - description text describes the things, places, persons, or object specifically, whereas report text describe the things, places, persons, or object generally. 2. information : description text needn't observation, whereas report text need observation and learning more about the text 3. language : description text usually doesn't use scientific language, but in report text is often found the scientific language in the text.

Quantitve observation (quality)... Qualitive observation involves the quality... THANKS MR. ENDRIS 2011LJHS

some scientific activities use observation such as forensics

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.

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