## What type of measurement scale can be used for examination marks?

With interval scales we can ﬁnally use means, standard deviations, and related parametric statistical tests. One common example of an interval scale is test score based on number correct, where each item in a test is worth the same amount when calculating the total.

## What are the 4 measurement scales?

Each of the four scales (i.e., nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio) provides a different type of information. Measurement refers to the assignment of numbers in a meaningful way, and understanding measurement scales is important to interpreting the numbers assigned to people, objects, and events.

## How do you determine the scale of a blueprint?

To scale a measurement to a smaller measurement, for instance, when making a blueprint, simply divide the real measurement by the scale factor. The scale factor is commonly expressed as 1:n or 1/n, where n is the factor.

## What is the scale of 1 100?

A 1:100 scale is the representation of an object and/or subject that is 100 times smaller that it’s real world size of 1. So when reading this scale, 1 unit is the equivalent and equal to 100 units.

## How do you write 1/25 as a percent?

Now we can see that our fraction is 4/100, which means that 1/25 as a percentage is 4%.

## What is 1/10 as a percentage?

10%

## What is 11 20 as a percentage?

55%

## What number is 25% of 1?

Answer: 1 is 25 Percent of What Number = 4.

## What number is 70 of 20?

14

## What number is 75% of 21?

Latest calculated numbers percentages

75% of 21 = 15.75 | Jul 05 20:24 UTC (GMT) |
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36% of 10,950 = 3,942 | Jul 05 20:24 UTC (GMT) |

– 29% of 580.75 = – 168.4175 | Jul 05 20:24 UTC (GMT) |

19% of 14.15 = 2.6885 | Jul 05 20:24 UTC (GMT) |

28% of 101.3 = 28.364 | Jul 05 20:24 UTC (GMT) |