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MCQ: Type of cumulative frequency distribution in which class intervals are added in top to bottom order is classified as

  1. variation distribution
  2. less than type distribution
  3. more than type distribution
  4. marginal distribution

B

MCQ: Type of cumulative frequency distribution in which class intervals are added in bottom to top order is classified as

  1. more than type distribution
  2. marginal distribution
  3. variation distribution
  4. less than type distribution

A

MCQ: 'less than type distribution' and 'more than type distribution' are types of

  1. class distribution
  2. cumulative class distribution
  3. cumulative frequency distribution
  4. upper limit distribution

C

MCQ: Distribution which shows cumulative figure of all observations placed below upper limit of classes in distribution is considered as

  1. cumulative frequency distribution
  2. upper limit distribution
  3. class distribution
  4. cumulative class distribution

A

MCQ: Class frequency is divided by number of observations in frequency distribution to convert it into

  1. relative margin distribution
  2. relative variable distribution
  3. relative frequency distribution
  4. relative width distribution

C