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Binomial Distribution Quiz

MCQ: Probability of failure in binomial distribution is denoted by

  1. p = q +1
  2. p = q - 1
  3. q = 1 + p
  4. q = 1 - p


Definition of Probability Quiz

MCQ: If a coin is tossed one time then probability of occurrence of heads is

  1. 1⁄2
  2. 1⁄1
  3. 2⁄1
  4. 2⁄2


Sources of Data Quiz

MCQ: Reports published by International Labor Organization and International Monetary Fund are considered as

  1. external primary data sources
  2. internal primary data sources
  3. external secondary data sources
  4. internal secondary data sources


Measurements in Statistics Quiz

MCQ: If central tendency is found by using sample data from population then this is classified as

  1. tendency statistic
  2. average statistic
  3. sample statistic
  4. population statistic


Standard Deviation in Stats Quiz

MCQ: Considering sample rather than population, standard deviation is thus denoted by

  1. small s
  2. capital s
  3. Ω
  4. σ