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Probability and Statistics

Probability and Statistics

Univariate v. Bivariate Data Exercises

Example 1

Determine whether the following statement refers to univariate (single-variable) or bivariate (two-variable) data:

Jen measured the height and number of leaves of each plant in her laboratory. 

Example 2

Determine whether the following statement refers to univariate (single-variable) or bivariate (two-variable) data:

Linda recorded the weight of each of her cats. 

Example 3

Determine whether the following statement refers to univariate (single-variable) or bivariate (two-variable) data:

Roberto observed the color and model of each car in the parking lot.

Example 4

Determine whether the following statement refers to univariate (single-variable) or bivariate (two-variable) data:

Luigi found the shoe size of each of his customers. 

Example 5

Determine whether the following statement refers to univariate (single-variable) or bivariate (two-variable) data:

Kenny wrote down the length of each song. 

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