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LouliAnswer: Bivariate Explanation: 1- Univariate: refers to data that is of one type only such as weight, height , ...etc 2- Bivariate: refers to data of two variables and the relation between them. For example relation between sales of a product and the season. The data is represented in the form of order pairs 3- Direct data: it is the data collected from its original source 4- indirect data: it is the data that was collected for a certain purpose but was used for another one Based on the above definitions, the most appropriate choice is "bivariate" Hope this helps :)