Question

Ben is studying the average height of students who attend his school.
Choose from convenience, simple random, systematic, stratified or quota to
classify each of the following sampling techniques that Ben might
use.

1. Philomena
Data can be classified as quantitative and qualitative.
Quantitative is an adjective that simply means a commodity that can be measured. For illustration, we can count the number of lamb on a ranch or measure the gallons of milk produced by a cow.
The hair colors of players on a football platoon, the color of buses in a parking lot, the letter grades of scholars in a classroom, the types of coins in a jar, and the shape of delicacies in a variety pack are all exemplifications of qualitative data so long as a particular number isn’t assigned to any of these descriptions.
Quantitative data are measures of values or counts and are expressed as figures. Quantitative data are data about numeric variables(e.g. how numerous; how important; or how frequently). Qualitative data are measures of’ types’ and may be represented by a name, symbol, or a number law.
Quantitative data is countable and measurable.
And
Qualitative data is categorical.
Here, Data can be classified as quantitative and qualitative.