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Measures of Variability Quiz

MCQ: A distribution in which values are scattered with equal difference from central point is known to be

  1. Standard distribution
  2. Skewed distribution
  3. Symmetric distribution
  4. Asymmetric distribution


Measures of Location Quiz

MCQ: Mode value of a data set having observations repeated for same number of time is equals to

  1. 0
  2. 1
  3. Undefined
  4. Inexact


Population Mean Quiz

MCQ: If value of coefficient of determination (r² ) is equal to 0, it means

  1. Error-prone
  2. No relationship
  3. No error
  4. Perfect fit


Statistical Analysis Quiz

MCQ: Coefficient of variance can be computed through division of

  1. Standard deviation with mean
  2. Standard deviation with median
  3. Sample variance with mean
  4. Sample variance with median


Population Mean Quiz

MCQ: Considering model y=e⊃B1 +X⊃B2, model is said to be

  1. Linear model
  2. Linear in parameters, non-linear variables
  3. Non linear parameters
  4. Non-Linear in parameters, non-linear variables