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# For each of the variables in Exercise 1 that you classified as interval-ratio, identify whether it...

For each of the variables in Exercise 1 that you classified as interval-ratio, identify whether it is discrete or continuous. A. The number of people in your family B. Place of residence classified as urban, suburban, or rural C. The percentage of university students who attended public high school D. The rating of the overall quality of a textbook on a scale from "Excellent" to "Poor" E. The type of transportation a person takes to work (e.g. bus, walk, car) F. Your annual income G. The US unemployment rate H. The presidential candidate that the respondent voted for in 2012

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