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Temperature is a quantative variable, Precipitation in inches is also a quantative variable, whereas, Cloud cover is a qualitative variable. Level of measurements of both temperature and precipitation are on interval scale.

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There are three variables: Temperature, Precipitation and Cloud cover. A variable is a unit that keeps on the changing and is not fixed or given.
Temperature is a quantative variable, Precipitation in inches is also a quantative variable, whereas, Cloud cover is a qualitative variable.
Level of measurements of both temperature and precipitation are on interval scale.
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