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Tim Hortons conducts a random survey of 1000 customers in their Ottawa outlets on a particular day. For each customer they collect data on the time taken to fill the order, how frequently the customer comes to Tim Hortons in a week, whether the customer purchased only coffee or additional item(s), and the level of overall satisfaction using a scale from 1 to 5. What is the "Who" of this study?
A) the 1000 customers
B) the time taken to fill the customer order
C) whether the customer purchased only coffee or additional item(s)
D) the level of overall satisfaction
E) how frequently the customer comes to Tim Hortons in a week
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The human resources department at Bell Canada recently conducted an employee satisfaction survey of 100 of its employees. Data were collected on such variables as age, gender, marital status, current salary, level of overall satisfaction on a scale from 1 to 5, number of years with the company, and job title. Which of the variables would be considered to be quantitative data?
A) age, number of years with the company, and current salary
B) gender and current salary
C) age and gender
D) marital status and current salary
E) level of overall satisfaction on a scale from 1 to 5, number of years with the company, and job title
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The human resources department at Bell Canada recently conducted an employee satisfaction survey of 100 of its employees. Data were collected on such variables as age, gender, marital status, current salary, level of overall satisfaction on a scale from 1 to 5, number of years with the company, and job title. Which of the variables would be classified as nominal data?
A) gender, marital status, and job title
B) age and gender
C) age and number of years with the company
D) age
E) level of overall satisfaction
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The human resources department at a major high tech company recently conducted an employee satisfaction survey of 100 of its 3,000 employees. Data were collected on such variables as age, gender, marital status, current salary, level of overall satisfaction on a scale from 1 to 5, number of years with the company, and job title. Which of the following best describes the overall data set that was generated from the study?
A) cross-sectional data
B) time series data
C) nominal data
D) quantitative data
E) categorical data
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Bell Canada tracks employee turnover annually. It currently has a data set that contains turnover for the past 20 years. What type of data does it have?
A) time series data
B) cross-sectional data
C) nominal data
D) ordinal data
E) categorical data