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Free sampling distribution in statistics worksheet has multiple choice quiz question as if p is equal to 0.65, value of n is 25000 whereas sample size is 50 then value of standard deviation of sample proportion is, answer key with choices as 0.0056, 0.0045, 0.0065 and 0.045 problem solving to test study skills. For viva learning help and jobs' interview preparation tips, study online sampling distributions multiple choice questions based quiz question and answers.

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Sampling Distribution in Statistics Quiz

MCQ. If the p is equal to 0.65, the value of N is 25000 whereas the sample size is 50 then the value of standard deviation of sample proportion is

  1. 0.0056
  2. 0.0045
  3. 0.0065
  4. 0.045


Types of Statistical Methods Quiz

MCQ. The subset of selected population is called

  1. descriptive portion
  2. elementary portion
  3. inferential portion
  4. sample


Classification: Measures of Dispersion Quiz

MCQ. The inter quartile range and the coefficients of range are two categories of

  1. average deviation measures
  2. availability measures
  3. average measures
  4. distance measures


Central Tendency Measures Quiz

MCQ. The value of Σfd is 165, A= 25, and width of class interval is 10, arithmetic mean is 145 then the number of observations are

  1. 35
  2. 36
  3. 34
  4. 32


Introduction of Estimation Quiz

MCQ. The knowledge of possible errors, point estimate and the degree of confidence is classified as

  1. interval estimation
  2. confidence interval
  3. hypothesis testing
  4. both a and b