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Interquartile Range of Deviation Quiz

MCQ: If quartile range is 24 then quartile deviation is

  1. 48
  2. 12
  3. 24
  4. 72


Mean Absolute Deviation Quiz

MCQ: If mean absolute deviation of set of observations is 8.5 then value of quartile deviation is

  1. 7.08
  2. 9.08
  3. 10.2
  4. 11.2


Squared Deviation Quiz

MCQ: Sum of all squared deviations is divided by total number of observations to calculate

  1. population deviation
  2. population variance
  3. sample deviation
  4. sample variance


Relative Measure of Skewness Quiz

MCQ: If for a distribution difference of first quartile and median is greater than difference of median and third quartile then distribution is classified as

  1. absolute open ended
  2. positively skewed
  3. negatively skewed
  4. not skewed at all


Classification: Measures of Dispersion Quiz

MCQ: For recorded observation, ratios measured by absolute variation are considered as

  1. non-relative measures
  2. relative measures
  3. high uniform measures
  4. low uniform measures