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If you make a quantitative observation you are using a tool to make a measurement. True or False
a) True b) False c) d)
If you make a qualitative observation you are using your senses. True or False
a) True b) False c) d)
The minions in Mrs. Walker's room are yellow. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) qualitative observation b) quantitative observation c) d)
Mrs. Walker has 50 minions in her room. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) quantitative observation b) qualitative observation c) d)
The students are wearing black shirts today. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) qualitative observation b) quantitative observation c) d)
The temperature is 78 degrees. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) quantitative observation b) qualitative observation c) d)
The door is 7 feet tall. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) quantitative observation b) qualitative observation c) d)
The blue sky. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) qualitative observation b) quantitative observation c) d)
The square mats in Mrs. Walker's room are soft. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) qualitative observation b) quantitative observation c) d)
The square mats in Mrs. Walker's room are about 2 feet long. Qualitative or Quantitative observation?
a) quantitative observation b) qualitative observation c) d)
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