The length of a bridge, measured in meters, is an example of:
-Either categorical or quantitative data
Quantitative data are referred tom as the measures or evaluation of counts and values and thus are mostly expressed as the numbers. The quantitative data are mostly data that is about the numerical variables, such as how often, or how much. Qualitative data are referred to as or known as the measures or steps of the types and thus might be represented as a name, number code or symbol.
answer: rolling a number cube and flipping a coin.
the reason i say this is because for a certain length of sides you can pick any two and the length is wither equal or greater than the third side and in this case it's not.
3 + 5 = 8
8 is smaller than 9 which is the third side.
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