# Confidence Intervals and Estimation Multiple Choice Questions 1 PDF Download

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## MCQ on Confidence Intervals and Estimation Quiz PDF Download Test 1

MCQ. The range or set of values which have chances to contain value of population parameter with particular confidence level is considered as

- secondary interval estimation
- confidence interval estimate
- population interval estimate
- sample interval estimate

B

MCQ. The upper and lower boundaries of interval of confidence are classified as

- error biased limits
- marginal limits
- estimate limits
- confidence limits

D

MCQ. For a parameter whose value is unknown, the belief or claim for that parameter is classified as

- parameter claim testing
- expected belief testing
- hypothesis testing
- primary limit testing

C

MCQ. If the standard deviation of population 1 is 3 with sample size is 8 and the population 2 standard deviation is 5 with sample size is 7 then the standard deviation of sampling distribution is

- 4.044
- 3.044
- 1.044
- 2.044

C

MCQ. Considering the sample statistic, if the mean of sampling distribution is equal to population mean then the sample statistic is classified as

- unbiased estimator
- biased estimator
- interval estimator
- hypothesis estimator

A