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Measures of Variability Quiz

MCQ: Left tale distribution is also known to be

  1. Positively skewed distribution
  2. Peak phase distribution
  3. Negatively skewed distribution
  4. Flat phase distribution


Assigning Probabilities Quiz

MCQ: A distribution with more than one mode value is referred to as

  1. Bimodal
  2. Trimodal
  3. Submodal
  4. Multimodal


Regression Model and Regression Equation Quiz

MCQ: Value of multiple coefficient of determination(R²) ranges between

  1. &-; ∞ to &+; ∞
  2. +1 to -1
  3. 0 to ∞
  4. 0 to 1


Measures of Location Quiz

MCQ: Sum of duration of observations from mean is always equals to

  1. 1
  2. 0
  3. Infinity
  4. Undefined


Experiments, Counting Rules and Assigning Probabilities Quiz

MCQ: Probability of two mutually exclusive events say A and B, P(A ∩ B) returns

  1. 0
  2. 1
  3. Error term