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Business statistics practice test MCQ: in normal distribution, z-score and z-statistic are classified as names of with options standardized normal random variable, poisson random variable, normal geometric variable and weighted average variable for summative assessment, formative assessment of business jobs' seekers and students with online jobs and courses' tests. Free study guide is for online learning continuous probability distribution quiz questions with MCQs to practice test questions with answers with online GMAT prep for GMAT exam preparation.

MCQ: In normal distribution, z-score and z-statistic are classified as names of

1. standardized normal random variable
2. Poisson random variable
3. normal geometric variable
4. weighted average variable

A

MCQ: Probability distribution having shape of bell and in which values of mean lies in center of probability distribution is classified as

1. continuous distribution
2. normal distribution
3. discrete distribution
4. hyper geometric distribution

B

MCQ: In normal distribution, normal curve becomes more wider and more flatter because of

1. small value of variance
2. large value of variance
3. large value of standard deviation
4. small value of standard deviation

C

MCQ: Successful life of product, time, weight and height are classified as

1. continuous random variable
2. discrete random variable
3. continuous waiting time variable
4. continuous hyper geometric variable

A

MCQ: Considering normal distribution, spread is decreased and height of curve is increased for the

1. larger value of standard deviation
2. smaller value of standard deviation
3. smaller value of variance
4. larger value of variance

B