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 • Observation is describing an object using your five senses (sight, hearing, touch,

• Observation is describing an object using your five senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell, & taste) or measurement (numbers). 2 Types of Observation 1. Qua. Litative Observation 2. Qua. Ntitative Observation

Qualitative vs Quantitative Data Qua. Litative Data Overview: • Deals with descriptions. Qua. Ntitative

Qualitative vs Quantitative Data Qua. Litative Data Overview: • Deals with descriptions. Qua. Ntitative Data Overview: • Deals with numbers. • Data can be observed but not measured. • Data which can be measured. • Colors, textures, smells, tastes, appearance, beauty, etc. • Qualitative → Quality • Length, height, area, volume, weight, speed, time, temperature, humidity, sound levels, cost, members, ages, etc. • Quantitative → Quantity

Example 1: Oil Painting Qualitative data: Quantitative data: *red/green color, gold frame *smells old

Example 1: Oil Painting Qualitative data: Quantitative data: *red/green color, gold frame *smells old and musty *texture shows brush strokes of oil paint *peaceful scene of the country *masterful brush strokes *picture is 10" by 14” • with frame 14" by 18” * weighs 8. 5 pounds • surface area of painting is 140 sq. in. *cost $300

Example 2: Latte Qualitative data: Quantitative data: *robust aroma *frothy appearance * strong taste

Example 2: Latte Qualitative data: Quantitative data: *robust aroma *frothy appearance * strong taste *glass cup *12 ounces of latte *serving temperature 1500 F. *serving cup 7 inches in height *cost $4. 95

Example 3: Freshman Class Qualitative data: Quantitative data: *friendly demeanors *civic minded *environmentalists *positive

Example 3: Freshman Class Qualitative data: Quantitative data: *friendly demeanors *civic minded *environmentalists *positive school spirit *672 students *394 girls, 278 boys *68% on honor roll *150 students accelerated in mathematics

Make one qualitative observation about the picture above. Explain why this is a qualitative

Make one qualitative observation about the picture above. Explain why this is a qualitative observation. Make one quantitative observation about the picture above. Explain why this is a quantitative observation.

Make one qualitative observation about the picture above. Explain why this is a qualitative

Make one qualitative observation about the picture above. Explain why this is a qualitative observation. Make one quantitative observation about the picture above. Explain why this is a quantitative observation.