This leaf is 4 inches long. what kind of observation is this?
Or it could also be considered an Objective Observation because it does not involve opnions just facts.
"This leaf is 4 inches long."
What kind of observation is this?
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I think its Quantitative observations
I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is the first option. The statement “This leaf is 4 inches long.” is an example of a quantitative observation. These observations are made with instruments like balances, rulers, thermometers and the like. Hope this answers the question.
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This observation would be quantitative because it says how many.
This kind of observation is quantitative
Quantitative observations are types of observation that involves the collection of data that has quantifiable variables and are made using measuring instruments such as thermometers, rulers, graduated cylinders, beakers and balances. Quantitative observations are measurable and are expressed using numbers and values such as inches (length), years (age), gram (weight), liters (volume) etc.
It's an sight observation you're using your eyes to see it it's one of your 5th sences
Its quantative I did this last year in science
The answer is A. Quantitative because Quantitative is observing amount, or quantity. Qualitative would be observing the quality, like color or shape. Hypothetical is making a hypothesis on the size, and finally inferential is would be saying you measured the leaf, I believe. A quick way to solve this would be to see if it involves numbers, and if so it’s a quantitative observation. If it involves color or shape or anything you observe with sight alone, it’s a qualitative observation. I hope this helps and sorry for the long answer, just trying to explain why A is correct.