Quantitative Observations?

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Quantitative observations are a scientific method of testing. Quantitative observations include measurements of numbers and amounts. This contrasts with qualitative observations which measures qualities instead of numbers and amounts.
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An example of a quantitative observation is "John spends $300 dollars a month in petty cash. Another is: "This is the fourth time in two weeks John has worked overtime.
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they are observations that are in numbers.
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Quantitative observation uses numerical data such as minutes.
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This is an observation where you measure something. eg time to become cloudy, temperature change etc. Source(s) retired chemistry teacher.
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