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differentiate the three types of variables from one another

Three, they are: Constant,dependant, & controlled. Alternatively, you can say there are 4: nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio.

The endogenous variables value is established by the conditions of the other variables in the structure. The exogenous variables value in independent of the conditions of the other variables in the structure. The difference between the endogenous and exogenous variables is the endogenous depends solely on the structure and the exogenous depend on outside elements.

Nominal Variables

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Qualitative and quanitative are two types of variables.

There are many ways of categorising variables. One classification, used in statistics, is Nominal, Ordinal and Interval.

nominal and ordinal is wrong; those are the two types of qualitative variables. Ratio and interval are the two types of quantitative variables.

Independent and dependent are types of variables. These variables are used mostly in science and math. When using independent variables you can control them dependent variables you cannot.

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