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Population Mean MCQ

MCQ: If expected value of a parameter is equal to true population, then parameter is known to be

  1. Biased parameter
  2. Unbiased parameter
  3. Best estimator
  4. Efficient estimator

B

Coefficient of Partial Correlation MCQ

MCQ: Classical probability approach have foundations based over

  1. Two assumptions
  2. Three assumptions
  3. Four assumptions
  4. Five assumptions

A

Measures of Association Between Two Variables MCQ

MCQ: Pearson coefficient of skewness computes degree of skewness through method

  1. mean - median / variance
  2. mean - median / standard deviation
  3. mean - mode / variance
  4. mean - mode / standard deviation

D

Multicollinearity MCQ

MCQ: In multicollinearity, due to high variance and standard error, t-test will become statistically

  1. Significant
  2. Insignificant
  3. Very high
  4. Very low

B

Ordinary Least Square Assumptions MCQ

MCQ: Running regression and computing explained sum of squares from model for B-P significance test is performed at

  1. Step 2
  2. Step 3
  3. Step 4
  4. Step 4

B