What is the difference between univariate data and bivariate data? Choose the correct answer below. O A. In univariate data, a single variable is measured on each individual. In bivariate data, two variables are measured on each individual. OB. In univariate data, there are only positive values and zeros. In bivariate data, there are positive values, negative values, and zeros. O C. In univariate data, there is one mean. In bivariate data, there are two means. O D. In univariate data, the data are qualitative. In bivariate data, the data are quantitative.

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Option A) is correct.Choose the correct answer below. O A. In univariate data, a single variable is measured on each individual. In bivariate data, two variables are measured on each individual. O B. In univariate data, there are only positive values and zeros. In bivariate data, there are positive values, negative values, and zeros. OC. In univariate data, there is one mean. In bivariate data, there are two means. OD. In univariate data, the data are qualitative. In bivariate data, the data are quantitative.