# FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER

## DATABASE FUNDAMENTALS

### TYPES OF DATA

 Question [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
Survey answers on a scale from ‘strongly agree’ to ‘strongly disagree’.
 A Nominal data B Ordinal data C Either A or B D None of the above
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -For example, consider a scale where 1 = strongly agree, 2 = agree, 3 = neutral, 4 = disagree, and 5 = strongly disagree. In this scale, 4 is more negative than 3, 2, or 1. However, it cannot be inferred that a response of 4 is twice as negative as a response of 2.

Detailed explanation-2: -The Likert scale is widely used in social work research, and is commonly constructed with four to seven points. It is usually treated as an interval scale, but strictly speaking it is an ordinal scale, where arithmetic operations cannot be conducted.

Detailed explanation-3: -Surveys asking questions about satisfaction, frequency, importance, the likelihood of recommendation, etc. are examples of the Ordinal Scale.

Detailed explanation-4: -Examples of ordinal scales This popular form of survey question offers respondents an ordered range of answers from one extreme to another. Take, for example, these questions from our Employee Satisfaction Survey Template: How meaningful is your work? How challenging is your job?

Detailed explanation-5: -Other Examples of Ordinal Variable: Likert scale – Strongly disagree; Disagree; Neither agree nor disagree; Agree; Strongly agree. Class standing – Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior. Socioeconomic standing – Lower, middle, and upper class.

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