The correct answer is A) qualitative, quantitative.
By assigning numerical values to descriptions of observing behaviors, psychologists can transfer qualitative data into quantitative data.
This process is very important in decision making. Not because psychologists handle much quality information it is not possible to represent the data in numbers of graphics. To do so psychologists need to assign numerical values to descriptions of observing behaviors. This way, qualitative data is transferred ti quantitative data for a better interpretation of the problem. When this happens, the psychologist has the chance to get numbers, statistics, tendencies, graphics, and a better possibility to understand the issue and come with a solution.
Qualitative data gives the information of quality which can not be measured in numbers. For example: Color of eyes, softness of skin.
Quantitative data is information of quantity that can be represented in numbers. For example length and mass of any object.
Zinc is a silver-gray metal is a qualitative data, here silver gray color is quality of zinc metal which can not be measured in numbers.
Chlorine has a density of 3.2 g/L is a quantitative data. The value of density can be compared with other elements by comparing the numbers.
Gallium is not found in nature is neither qualitative nor quantitative.
Nitrogen has a melting point of –210.00 °C is a quantitative data because this is expressed in numbers.
Aluminum is a solid is a qualitative data because it tells about the state of element which can not be measured in numbers.
Zinc is a silver-gray metal is a qualitative data
Chlorine has a density of 3.2 g/L is a quantitative data.
Gallium is qualitative
Nitrogen has a melting point of –210.00 °C is a quantitative
Aluminum is a solid is a qualitative data
answer is b.shrapnel