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Sampling Distributions Quiz

MCQ: Procedure of selecting desired portion from population which describes characteristics of whole population is

  1. sampling
  2. extracting
  3. deviation of sample
  4. variability of sample


Data Tables & Types Quiz

MCQ: In stem and leaf display diagrams used in exploratory analysis, leaves are considered as

  1. leading digits
  2. dispersed digits
  3. central digits
  4. trailing digits


Distance Measures Quiz

MCQ: Sum of highest and lowest value is 80 and coefficient of range is 0.625 then difference between highest and lowest value is

  1. 70
  2. 100
  3. 150
  4. 50


Symmetrical Distribution Quiz

MCQ: In a symmetrical distribution, third quartile and first quartile of data in distribution must

  1. be at equal distance
  2. not be at equal distance
  3. positive value concentration
  4. negative value concentration


Data Tables & Types Quiz

MCQ: Original tables used to represent data are considered as

  1. dispersion tables
  2. classification tables
  3. cumulative tables
  4. distributed tables