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Rishabh Srivastava

Anoop Shet

Rahul Hedau

Kanika Gautam

Prateek Parekh

Sujit Kumar Jha

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Every correct answer carries 1 mark

No negative marking

Time limit of each question is 1 minute

No question will be passed on to the next team

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Open ended distributions have no range

because of highest and lowest value exists in

open ended class.

(a) TRUE

(b) FALSE

Open ended distributions have no range

because of highest and lowest value exists in

open ended class.

(a) TRUE

(b) FALSE

The coefficient of variation is absolute

measure of dispersion.

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

The coefficient of variation is

absolute measure of dispersion.

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

A fractile is a location in a frequency distribution that

a given proportion of the data lies at or above.

(a)TRUE

(a)FALSE

A fractile is a location in a frequency distribution that

a given proportion of the data lies at or above.

(a) TRUE

(a) FALSE

Assume that the population has = 100 and =

10. If the particular observation has standard

score of 1, it can be concluded that?

(a) Its value is 110.

(b) It lies between 90 and 110, its exact value cannot be

determined.

(c) Its value is greater than 110.

(d) Nothing can be determined without knowing N.

Assume that the population has = 100 and =

10. If the particular observation has standard

score of 1, it can be concluded that?

(a) Its value is 110.

(b) It lies between 90 and 110, its exact value cannot be

determined.

(c) Its value is greater than 110.

(d) Nothing can be determined without knowing N.

How does the computation of a sample variance differ

from the computation of a population variance?

(a) is replaced by X bar

(b) N is replaced by n-1

(c) N is replaced by n

(d) (a) and (c), but not (b)

(e) (a) and (b), but not (c)

How does the computation of a sample variance differ

from the computation of a population variance?

(a) is replaced by X bar

(b) N is replaced by n-1

(c) N is replaced by n

(d) (a) and (c), but not (b)

(e) (a) and (b), but not (c)

The dispersion of data set gives insight into the

reliability of the measure of central tendency

(a) TRUE

(b) FALSE

The dispersion of data set gives insight into the

reliability of the measure of central tendency

(a) TRUE

(b) FALSE

One advantage of using the range to measure

dispersion is that it ignores the nature of the

variations among most of the observations

(a) TRUE

(b) FALSE

One advantage of using the range to measure

dispersion is that it ignores the nature of the

variations among most of the observations

(a)TRUE

(b) FALSE

_____________say no matter the shape of

distribution at least 75% of the value lie in 2

standard deviation and 89% lie within 3 standard

deviation.

CHEBYSHEV THEOREM say no matter the shape of

distribution at least 75% of the value lie in 2

standard deviation and 89% lie within 3 standard

deviation.

The ________________relates the standard

deviation and the mean by expressing the

standard deviation as a percentage of the mean.

The COEFFICIENT OF VARIATIONS relates the

standard deviation and the mean by expressing

the standard deviation as a percentage of the

mean.

The value of appropriate measure of dispersion

for the following distribution of daily wages

WAGES below 30 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 above 80

NO. of wages 5 7 18 32 28 10

(a) Rs.11.03

(b)Rs.10.50

(c)Rs. 11.68

(d)Rs.12

The value of appropriate measure of dispersion

for the following distribution of daily wages

WAGES below 30 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 above 80

NO. of wages 5 7 18 32 28 10

(a) Rs.11.03

(b)Rs.10.50

(c)Rs. 11.68

(d)Rs.12

The distribution for which the coefficient of

variation is less is ____________ consistent.

(a) Less

(b) More

(c) Moderate

(d) None

The distribution for which the coefficient of

variation is less is ____________ consistent.

(a) Less

(b) More

(c) Moderate

(d) None

If the variables are increased or decreased by

the same proportion the standar deviation

changes by

(a) Same proportion

(b) Different proportion

(c) Both

(d) None

If the variables are increased or decreased by

the same proportion the standar deviation

changes by

(a) Same proportion

(b) Different proportion

(c) Both

(d) None

Relative measure of dispersion makes deviation in

similar unit comparable.

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

(C) Both

(D) None

Relative measure of dispersion makes deviation in

similar unit comparable.

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

(C) Both

(D) None

Standard Deviation is less than mean Deviation

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

Standard Deviation is less than mean Deviation

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

Karl Pearsons measure gives

(a) Coefficient of mean variation

(b) Coefficient of Standard deviation

(c) Coefficient of Variation

(d) None

Karl Pearsons measure gives

(a) Coefficient of mean variation

(b) Coefficient of Standard deviation

(c) Coefficient of Variation

(d) None

Semi Quartile range is one fourth of the range in

the normal symmetrical distribution

(a) Yes

(b) NO

(c) Both

(d) None

Semi Quartile range is one fourth of the range in

the normal symmetrical distribution

(a) Yes

(b) NO

(c) Both

(d) None

Which measures of dispersion is considered for

finding a pooled measure of dispersion after

combining several groups?

(a) Mean Deviation

(b) Standard Deviation

(c) Quartile Deviation

(d) Any of these

Which measures of dispersion is considered for

finding a pooled measure of dispersion after

combining several groups?

(a) Mean Deviation

(b) Standard Deviation

(c) Quartile Deviation

(d) Any of these

Decision makers make decisions on the

appropriate significances level by examining

the cost of :

(a) Performing the test

(b) A type I error

(c) A type II error

(d) (a) and (b)

(e) (a) and (c)

Decision makers make decisions on the

appropriate significances level by examining

the cost of :

(a) Performing the test

(b) A type I error

(c) A type II error

(d) (a) and (b)

(e) (a) and (c)

With a lower significance level, the

probability of rejecting a null hypothesis

that is actually true.

(a) Decreases

(b) Remains the same

(c) Increases

(d) All the above

With a lower significance level, the

probability of rejecting a null hypothesis

that is actually true.

(a) Decreases

(b) Remains the same

(c) Increases

(d) All the above

For the two tailed test of hypothesis at =

0.10, the acceptance region is the entire

region

(a) To the right of the negative critical value

(b) Between the two critical values

(c) Outside the two critical values

(d) To the left of the positive critical value

For the two tailed test of hypothesis at =

0.10, the acceptance region is the entire

region

(a) To the right of the negative critical value

(b) Between the two critical values

(c) Outside the two critical values

(d) To the left of the positive critical value

The power of Hypothesis test is

appropriate only for use with one tailed

test

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

(C) Both

(D) None

The power of Hypothesis test is

appropriate only for use with one tailed

test

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

(C) Both

(D) None

Hypothesis testing helps us draw conclusions

about estimated parameters.

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

(C) Both

(D) None

Hypothesis testing helps us draw conclusions

about estimated parameters.

(a) TRUE

(B) FALSE

(C) Both

(D) None

Coefficient of standard deviation is equal to

(a) S.D/A.M (b) A.M/S.D

(c) S.D/G.M (d) None

Coefficient of standard deviation is equal to

(a) S.D/A.M (b) A.M/S.D

(c) S.D/G.M (d) None

Arithemetic mean is never less than

Geometric mean

(a) true (b) false

(c) both (d) none

Arithemetic mean is never less than

Geometric mean

(a) true (b) false

(c) both (d) none

The algebraic sum of deviation of observation

from their A.M is

(a) 2 (b) -1

(c) 1 (d) 0

The algebraic sum of deviation of observation

from their A.M is

(a) 2 (b) -1

(c) 1 (d) 0

The average of a,b,c is equal to the median of

a, band c. If o<a<b<c , which of the following

must be equal to b?

(a) (a+c)/2 (b) (a+c)/3

(c) (c-a)/2 (d) (c-a)/3

(e) root of ac

The average of a,b,c is equal to the median of

a, band c. If o<a<b<c , which of the following

must be equal to b?

(a) (a+c)/2 (b) (a+c)/3

(c) (c-a)/2 (d) (c-a)/3

(e) root of ac

The average of nine numbers is 9 . When a

tenth number is added , the average of the

ten numbers is also 9. what is the tenth

number?

(a) 0 (b) 9/10

(c) 10/9 (d) 9

(e) 10

The average of nine numbers is 9 . When a

tenth number is added , the average of the

ten numbers is also 9. what is the tenth

number?

(a) 0 (b) 9/10

(c) 10/9 (d) 9

(e) 10

If the average of three different positive

intgers is 70, what is the greatest possible of

one of the integers?

(a) 208 (b) 210

(c) 209 (d) none

If the average of three different positive

intgers is 70, what is the greatest possible of

one of the integers?

(a) 208 (b) 210

(c) 209 (d) none

___________ is not much affected by

fluctuation of sampling.

(a) A.M (b) G.M

(c) H.M (d) none

___________ is not much affected by

fluctuation of sampling.

(a) A.M (b) G.M

(c) H.M (d) none

__________ is used when rate of growth or

decline is required

(a) mode (b) A.M

(c) G.M (d) none

__________ is used when rate of growth or

decline is required

(a) mode (b) A.M

(c) G.M (d) none

___________ is used when most frequently

occuring value is required

(a) mode (b) mean

(c) median (d) none

___________ is used when most frequently

occuring value is required

(a) mode (b) mean

(c) median (d) none

__________ is used when representation

Value is required and distribution is

asymmetric

(a) mode (b) mean

(c) median (d) none

__________ is used when representation

Value is required and distribution is

asymmetric

(a) mode (b) mean

(c) median (d) none

For an even no. of values the median is the

(a) average of two middle values

(b) middle value

(c) both

(d) none

For an even no. of values the median is the

(a) average of two middle values

(b) middle value

(c) both

(d) none

The value of extreme items do not influence

the average in case of

(a) median (b) mean

(c) mode (d) none

The value of extreme items do not influence

the average in case of

(a) median (b) mean

(c) mode (d) none

__________ can be calculated from a

frequency distribution with open end intervals

(a) median (b) mean

(c) mode (d) none

__________ can be calculated from a

frequency distribution with open end intervals

(a) median (b) mean

(c) mode (d) none

S.D is less than mean deviation

(a) true (b) false

(c) both (d) none

S.D is less than mean deviation

(a) true (b) false

(c) both (d) none

For determination of mode , the class intervals

should be

(a) overlapping (b) maximum

(c) minimum (d) none

For determination of mode , the class intervals

should be

(a) overlapping (b) maximum

(c) minimum (d) none

If the same amount is added or subtracted

from all the values , the mean shall increase or

decrease by ___________ amount.

(a) big (b) small

(c) same (d) none

If the same amount is added or subtracted

from all the values , the mean shall increase or

decrease by ___________ amount.

(a) big (b) small

(c) same (d) none

If the variables are increased or decreased by

the same proportion , the standard deviation

changes by

(a) same proportion

(b) different proportion

(c) both

(d) none

If the variables are increased or decreased by

the same proportion , the standard deviation

changes by

(a) same proportion

(b) different proportion

(c) both

(d) none

The average of 5 quantities is 10 and the

average of 3 of them is 9. what is the average

of the remaining 2?

(a) 11 (b) 12

(c) 11.5 (d) 12.5

The average of 5 quantities is 10 and the

average of 3 of them is 9. what is the average

of the remaining 2?

(a) 11 (b) 12

(c) 11.5 (d) 12.5

The average of 5 quantities is 6. The average

of 3 of them is 8. what is the average of the

remaining two numbers

(a) 6.5 (b) 4

(c) 3 (d) 3.5

The average of 5 quantities is 6. The average

of 3 of them is 8. what is the average of the

remaining two numbers

(a) 6.5 (b) 4

(c) 3 (d) 3.5

The average age of a group of 12 students is

20 years . If 4 more students join the group ,

the average age increases by 1 year. The

average age of new students is

(a) 24 (b) 26

(c) 28 (d) 22

The average age of a group of 12 students is

20 years . If 4 more students join the group ,

the average age increases by 1 year. The

average age of new students is

(a) 24 (b) 26

(c) 28 (d) 22

Q.For the moderately skewed distribution,

which of the following relationship hold.

a. Mean-Mode=3(Mean-Median)

b. Median-Mode=3(Mean-Median)

c. Mean-Median=3(Mean-Mode)

d. Mean-Median=3(Median-Mean)

Q.For the moderately skewed distribution,

which of the following relationship hold.

a. Mean-Mode=3(Mean-Median)

b. Median-Mode=3(Mean-Median)

c. Mean-Median=3(Mean-Mode)

d. Mean-Median=3(Median-Mean)

Q.When a firm register both profit and loss,

which of the following measure of central

tendency cannot be considered.

a. AM

b. GM

c. Median

d. Mode

Q.When a firm register both profit and loss,

which of the following measure of central

tendency cannot be considered.

a. AM

b. GM

c. Median

d. Mode

Q.Which of the following holds for a set of

distinct posture observation?

a. AM GM HM

b. HM GM AM

c. AM > GM > HM

d. GM > AM > HM

Q.Which of the following holds for a set of

distinct posture observation?

a. AM GM HM

b. HM GM AM

c. AM > GM > HM

d. GM > AM > HM

Q.When all observations occurred with equal

frequency _______ loss not exit.

a. Median

b. Mode

c. Mean

d. None

Q.When all observations occurred with equal

frequency _______ loss not exit.

a. Median

b. Mode

c. Mean

d. None

Q.Mean of first natural number is

a. Frequency

b. (n-1)/2

c. (n+1)/2

d. None

Q.Mean of first natural number is

a. Frequency

b. (n-1)/2

c. (n+1)/2

d. None

Q. In zoology ________ is used.

a. Mean

b. Mode

c. Median

d. None

Q. In zoology ________ is used.

a. Mean

b. Mode

c. Median

d. None

Q. Which one is true

a. AM=Assumed mean + arithmetic mean of

deviation of term

b. GM=Assumed mean + arithmetic mean of

deviation of term

c. Both

d. None

Q. Which one is true

a. AM=Assumed mean + arithmetic mean of

deviation of term

b. GM=Assumed mean + arithmetic mean of

deviation of term

c. Both

d. None

Q. For finding AM in step deviation the class

interval should be

a. Equal length

b. Unequal length

c. Minimum

d. None

Q. For finding AM in step deviation the class

interval should be

a. Equal length

b. Unequal length

c. Minimum

d. None

Q. The abscissa of the maximum frequency in

the frequency curve is the

a. Mean

b. Median

c. Mode

d. None

Q. The abscissa of the maximum frequency in

the frequency curve is the

a. Mean

b. Median

c. Mode

d. None

Q. Mean is the absolute measure and standard

deviation is based upon it. Therefore standard

deviation is relative measure.

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q. Mean is the absolute measure and standard

deviation is based upon it. Therefore standard

deviation is relative measure.

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.The mean of the standard deviation is known

as

a. Variance

b. Standard deviation

c. Mean deviation

d. None

Q.The mean of the standard deviation is known

as

a. Variance

b. Standard deviation

c. Mean deviation

d. None

Q.The mean wage of two companies are equal.

It signifies that the workers of both companies

are well off.

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.The mean wage of two companies are equal.

It signifies that the workers of both companies

are well off.

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.In a moderately asymmetric distribution

mean can be found out from the given value

of median & mode----- Prove

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.In a moderately asymmetric distribution

mean can be found out from the given value

of median & mode----- Prove

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.The mean of two samples can be

combined Prove the mathematical

properties of mean

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.The mean of two samples can be

combined Prove the mathematical

properties of mean

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q. ________ is used when sampling variability

should be least

a. Mode

b. Median

c. Mean

d. None

Q. ________ is used when sampling variability

should be least

a. Mode

b. Median

c. Mean

d. None

Q. ________ is used when sum of deviation

from average should be least.

a. Mean

b. Mode

c. Median

d. None

Q. ________ is used when sum of deviation

from average should be least.

a. Mean

b. Mode

c. Median

d. None

Q._____ used when variability has to be

calculated.

a. AM

b. GM

c. HM

d. None

Q._____ used when variability has to be

calculated.

a. AM

b. GM

c. HM

d. None

Q. In _______ the distribution has wide range of

variants.

a. Median

b. Mode

c. Mean

d. None

Q. In _______ the distribution has wide range of

variants.

a. Median

b. Mode

c. Mean

d. None

A negative correlation coefficient tells us that

a. If we have a high score on one variable, we have a

low score on the second variable.

b. There is no relative rank between variables.

c. The relationship between our two variables is very

weak.

d. If we have low score on one variable, we also have a

low score on the second variable.

A negative correlation coefficient tells us that

a. If we have a high score on one variable, we have a

low score on the second variable.

b. There is no relative rank between variables.

c. The relationship between our two variables is very

weak.

d. If we have low score on one variable, we also have a

low score on the second variable.

What would you expect the correlation

between daily calorie consumption and body

weight to be?

a. Moderate to large positive

b. Small positive

c. Zero

d. Small negative

e. Moderate to large negative

What would you expect the correlation

between daily calorie consumption and body

weight to be?

a. Moderate to large positive

b. Small positive

c. Zero

d. Small negative

e. Moderate to large negative

The following table gives the relation between

pairs of data values (Xi, Yi) for i=1- 5

Xi: 1 2 3 4 5

Yi: 2 4 6 8 10

Find coefficient of correlation (r).

Calculate the coefficient of correlation:

(Xi, Yi) = (0, 0), (3, 1.4), (6, 2.6), (7, 3.8), (9, 7.2)

The correlation coefficient for a set of data (Xi,Yi)

is r = 0.87, where the Xi are measured in inches

and the Yi are measured in lbs. A second analyst

records the Xi values in cm. (1 inch 2.5 cm).

What is the second analysts value of the

correlation coefficient?

a. 0.35

b. 0.87

c. 2.18

d. Unable to determine without knowing the Yi units.

The correlation coefficient for a set of data (Xi,Yi)

is r = 0.87, where the Xi are measured in inches

and the Yi are measured in lbs. A second analyst

records the Xi values in cm. (1 inch 2.5 cm).

What is the second analysts value of the

correlation coefficient?

a. 0.35

b. 0.87

c. 2.18

d. Unable to determine without knowing the Yi units.

Estimate the correlation between driving

performance and blood alcohol levels.

a. Moderate to large positive

b. Small positive

c. Zero

d. Small negative

e. Moderate to large negative

Estimate the correlation between driving

performance and blood alcohol levels.

a. Moderate to large positive

b. Small positive

c. Zero

d. Small negative

e. Moderate to large negative

A correlation near +1 means:

The two variables are increasing together.

The two variables are decreasing together

The relationship is extremely strong

All of the above.

A correlation near +1 means:

The two variables are increasing together.

The two variables are decreasing together

The relationship is extremely strong

All of the above.

A correlation of -0.2 means:

The two variables are increasing and decreasing in

opposition.

The relationship is strong.

One causes the other.

All of the above.

A correlation of -0.2 means:

The two variables are increasing and decreasing in

opposition.

The relationship is strong.

One causes the other.

All of the above.

Our research found that high Procedural

Justice was associated with low stress. Is it

accurate to say if you have high Procedural

Justice you will have no stress?

True.

False.

Our research found that high Procedural

Justice was associated with low stress. Is it

accurate to say if you have high Procedural

Justice you will have no stress?

True.

False.

Our research found that high Procedural

Justice was associated increased commitment.

Is it accurate to say if you increase

your Procedural Justice score you will have a

corresponding increase in commitment?

True.

False.

Our research found that high Procedural

Justice was associated increased commitment.

Is it accurate to say if you increase

your Procedural Justice score you will have a

corresponding increase in commitment?

True.

False.

Our research found that high Procedural

Justice was associated with low turnover

rates. Is it accurate to say if you have high

Procedural Justice you are more likely to have

low turnover?

True.

False.

Our research found that high Procedural

Justice was associated with low turnover

rates. Is it accurate to say if you have high

Procedural Justice you are more likely to have

low turnover?

True.

False.

Q._______ is used when distribution pattern has

to be studied at varying levels.

a. AM

b. Median

c. GM

d. None

Q._______ is used when distribution pattern has

to be studied at varying levels.

a. AM

b. Median

c. GM

d. None

Q.Choice of actual mean does not affect the

actual mean Prove the mathematical

property of mean

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.Choice of actual mean does not affect the

actual mean Prove the mathematical

property of mean

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q. Pooled mean is called.

a. (n+1)/2

b. (n+1)/4

c. 3(n+1)/4

d. None

Q. Pooled mean is called.

a. (n+1)/2

b. (n+1)/4

c. 3(n+1)/4

d. None

Q.For calculation of _______ we have to

construct group frequency distribution

a. Mode

b. Mean

c. Median

d. None

Q.For calculation of _______ we have to

construct group frequency distribution

a. Mode

b. Mean

c. Median

d. None

Q. _______ is the value of the variable

corresponding to highest frequency.

a. Mode

b. Median

c. Mean

d. None

Q. _______ is the value of the variable

corresponding to highest frequency.

a. Mode

b. Median

c. Mean

d. None

Q. ________ cannot be treated algebricaly.

a. Mode

b. Median

c. Mean

d. None

Q. ________ cannot be treated algebricaly.

a. Mode

b. Median

c. Mean

d. None

Q.Mean has the least sampling variability

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q.Mean has the least sampling variability

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Q -A shift of origin has no impact on :

(A) Range

(B) Mean Deviation

(C) Standard Deviation

(D) All these and Quartile Deviation

ANSWER

(A) Range

(B) Mean Deviation

(C) Standard Deviation

(D) All these and Quartile Deviation

Q For any two numbers Standard

Deviation is always :

(A) 2 x Range

(B) Half of range

(C) Square of range

(D) None of these

ANSWER

(A) 2 x Range

(B) Half of range

(C) Square of range

(D) None of these

Q If all observations are multiplied by

2 then :

(A) New SD would also be multiplied by 2

(B) New SD would be half of previous SD

(C) New SD would be increased by 2

(D) New SD would be decreased by 2

Where SD= Standard Deviation

ANSWER

(A) New SD would also be multiplied by 2

(B) New SD would be half of previous SD

(C) New SD would be increased by 2

(D) New SD would be decreased by 2

Where SD= Standard Deviation

Q If the pofits of a company remains the same for the

last ten months, then SD of profits for these ten

months would be :

(A) Positive

(B) Negetive

(C) Zero

(D) option a or option c

ANSWER

(A) Positive

(B) Negetive

(C) Zero

(D) option a or option c

Q -When it comes to comparing two or more

distributions we consider :

(A) Absolute measure of dispersion

(B) Relative measures of dispersion

(C) Both option A and option B

(D) Either opton A or option B

ANSWER

(A) Absolute measure of dispersion

(B) Relative measures of dispersion

(C) Both option A and option B

(D) Either opton A or option B

Q -If the mean & SD of x are a & b respectively,

hen the SD f x-a/b is :

(A) -1

(B) 1

(C) ab

(D) a/b

ANSWER

(A) -1

(B) 1

(C) ab

(D) a/b

Q -The mean & and SD for a,b and 2 are 3 & 1

respectively, value of ab would be:

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 12

(D) 3

ANSWER

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 12

(D) 3

I. the probability of Y falling in the critical region

when the null hypothesis is true is ALPHA

II. the probability of Y falling in the critical region when the

alternative hypothesis is true is greater than it not falling in

the critical region.

III. the sample size is large

Q-In testing a hypothesis using statistic Y, a critical

region is chosen to meet which of the following

conditions :

(A) T, TT, ahd TTT

(B) T ahd TT ohy

(C) T ohy

(D) TT ohy

Q-In testing a hypothesis using statistic Y, a critical

region is chosen to meet which of the following

conditions :

(A) T, TT, ahd TTT

(B) I and II only

(C) T ohy

(D) TT ohy

ANSWER

Q- The critical value of a test statistics is determined

from:

($&acua11ohs 1Jom 1he da1a

{B&acua11ohs based oh mahy

ac1ua Jepe1111ohs o1

1he same expeJ1meh1

{&7he samp1hg d1s1J1bu11oh o1

1he s1a11s11c assum1hg h{$

{07he samp1hg d1s1J1bu11oh o1

1he s1a11s11c assum1hg h{0

ANSWER

($&acua11ohs 1Jom 1he da1a

{B&acua11ohs based oh mahy

ac1ua Jepe1111ohs o1

1he same expeJ1meh1

{&7he samp1hg d1s1J1bu11oh o1

1he s1a11s11c assum1hg h{$

{07he samp1hg d1s1J1bu11oh o1

1he s1a11s11c assum1hg h{0

Q: The reasoning in rejecting a

null hypothesis is __________.

($7ha1 a s1gh111cah1 Jesu1

usuay occuJs wheh 1he hu

hypo1hes1s 1s 1ase.

{B 1ha1 a s1gh111cah1 Jesu1

sedom occuJs wheh 1he hu

hypo1hes1s 1s 1Jue.

{&some Jeasoh o1heJ 1hah {a oJ

{b.

{0bo1h {a ahd {b

ANSWER

($7ha1 a s1gh111cah1 Jesu1

usuay occuJs wheh 1he hu

hypo1hes1s 1s 1ase.

{B 1ha1 a s1gh111cah1 Jesu1

sedom occuJs wheh 1he hu

hypo1hes1s 1s 1Jue.

{&some Jeasoh o1heJ 1hah {a oJ

{b.

{0bo1h {a ahd {b

Q: A result was said to be

statistically significant at the 5%

level.This means:

($ 1he hu hypo1hes1s 1s pJobaby

wJohg

{B1he Jesu1 woud be uhexpec1ed

11 1he hu hypo1hes1s weJe 1Jue

{&1he hu hypo1hes1s 1s pJobaby

1Jue

{0 hohe o1 1he above

Q: The level of significance is

(check all that apply):

($ 1he pJobab111y o1 Je1ec11hg

1he hu hypo1hes1s wheh 1he hu

hypo1hes1s 1s 1Jue.

{B1he magh11ude o1 1he sampe

s1ze.

{&symbo1zed by 1he gJeek e11eJ

$/3h$.

{0hohe o1 1he above

ANSWER

($ 1he pJobab111y o1 Je1ec11hg

1he hu hypo1hes1s wheh 1he hu

hypo1hes1s 1s 1Jue.

{B1he magh11ude o1 1he sampe

s1ze.

{&symbo1zed by 1he gJeek e11eJ

$/3h$.

{0hohe o1 1he above

4 $ 1ype T eJJoJ 1s aways

made wheh

(A). the null hypothesis is rejected when it is

true

(B). the null hypothesis is not rejected when it

is false

(C). the research hypothesis is rejected when

it is true

(D). the research hypothesis is not rejected

when it is false

$hsweJ

(A). the null hypothesis is rejected when it is

true

(B). the null hypothesis is not rejected when it

is false

(C). the research hypothesis is rejected when

it is true

(D). the research hypothesis is not rejected

when it is false

Hidden trend, if any, the data can be noticed

in

a. Textual presentation

b. Tabulation

c. Diagrammatic representation

d. All of these

Hidden trend, if any, the data can be noticed

in

a. Textual presentation

b. Tabulation

c. Diagrammatic representation

d. All of these

The accuracy and consistency of data can be

verified by

a. Internal Checking

b. External Checking

c. Scrutiny

d. Both a & b

The accuracy and consistency of data can be

verified by

a. Internal Checking

b. External Checking

c. Scrutiny

d. Both a & b

Q- The average age of a family of 5 members is 20 years. If the age of the

youngest member be 10 yrs then what was the average age at the time of

the birth of the youngest member?

(A) 13.5

(B) 14

(C) 15

(D) 12.5

ANSWER

(A) 13.5

(B) 14

(C) 15

(D) 12.5

Q- Average cost of 5 apples and 4 mangoes is rs. 36. The average cost of 7

apples and 8 mangoes is rs. 48. Find the total cost of 24 apples and 24

mangoes?

(A) 1044

(B) 2088

(C) 720

(D)324

ANSWER

(A) 1044

(B) 2088

(C) 720

(D)324

Diagrammatic representation of the

cumulative frequency distribution is

a. Frequency polygon

b. Ogive

c. Histogram

d. None

Diagrammatic representation of the

cumulative frequency distribution is

a. Frequency polygon

b. Ogive

c. Histogram

d. None

Curves representing data point in the data set

is called

a. Dispersion

b. Central Tendency

c. Skewness

d. Kurtosis

Curves representing data point in the data set

is called

a. Dispersion

b. Central Tendency

c. Skewness

d. Kurtosis

Which of these is not a test for usability of

data

a. Sources

b. Contradiction of other evidence

c. Missing evidence

d. None of these

Which of these is not a test for usability of

data

a. Sources

b. Contradiction of other evidence

c. Missing evidence

d. None of these

As the no. of observations and class increases

the shape of a frequency polygon

a. Tend to become increasingly smooth

b. Tend to become jagged

c. Stay the same

d. Varies only if data become more reliable

As the no. of observations and class increases

the shape of a frequency polygon

a. Tend to become increasingly smooth

b. Tend to become jagged

c. Stay the same

d. Varies only if data become more reliable

What are the two subdivision of statistic

What are the two subdivision of statistic

- Descriptive

- Inferential

The number of accidents for 7 days in a locality

No of Accident 0 1 2 3 4 5

6

No of cases15 19 22 31 9 3 2

what is the no of cases when 3 or less accidents occured

a. 56

b. 6

c. 68

d. 87

The number of accidents for 7 days in a locality

No of Accident 0 1 2 3 4 5

6

No of cases15 19 22 31 9 3 2

what is the no of cases when 3 or less accidents occured

a. 56

b. 6

c. 68

d. 87

Unequal width of classes in frequency

distribution do not cause any diffeculty in

construction of

a. Ogive

b. Frequency Poligon

c. Histogram

d. None

Unequal width of classes in frequency

distribution do not cause any diffeculty in

construction of

a. Ogive

b. Frequency Poligon

c. Histogram

d. None

Consecutive rectangle in a histogram have no

space in between

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

Consecutive rectangle in a histogram have no

space in between

a. True

b. False

c. Both

d. None

If we were to connect he midpoint of the

consecutive bars of the freq histogram with a

series of lines, we would be graphing a

frequency polygon

a. True

b. False

If we were to connect he midpoint of the

consecutive bars of the freq histogram with a

series of lines, we would be graphing a

frequency polygon

a. True

b. False

The breadth of the rectangle is equal to the

length of the class interval in

a. Ogive

b. Histogram

c. Frequency Polygon

d. Frequency curve

The breadth of the rectangle is equal to the

length of the class interval in

a. Ogive

b. Histogram

c. Frequency Polygon

d. Frequency curve

Relative frequency for a particular class

a. Lies between 0 & 1, both inclusive

b. Lies between 0 & 1

c. Lies between -1 & 0

d. Lies between -1 & 1

Relative frequency for a particular class

a. Lies between 0 & 1, both inclusive

b. Lies between 0 & 1

c. Lies between -1 & 0

d. Lies between -1 & 1

The co. efficient of correlation between two

variables

a. Can have any unit

b. Is expressed as the product of unit of two

variable

c. Is a unit of free variable

d. None

The co. efficient of correlation between two

variables

a. Can have any unit

b. Is expressed as the product of unit of two

variable

c. Is a unit of free variable

d. None

What are the limits of co eff of concurrent

deviation

a. No Limit

b. Between -1 & 0 including the limiting values

c. Between 0 & 1 including the limiting values

d. Between -1 & 1 the limiting value inclusive

What are the limits of co eff of concurrent

deviation

a. No Limit

b. Between -1 & 0 including the limiting values

c. Between 0 & 1 including the limiting values

d. Between -1 & 1 the limiting value inclusive

16. When we are not concerned with the

magnitude of the variable under discuss we

consider

a. Rank Correlation co efficient

b. Product moment co.relation co eff

c. Co eff of concurrent deviation

d. a or b but not c

16. When we are not concerned with the

magnitude of the variable under discuss we

consider

a. Rank Correlation co efficient

b. Product moment co.relation co eff

c. Co eff of concurrent deviation

d. a or b but not c

If the co. effecient of co relation between two

varable is 0.7 than the % of variation

unaccounted for is

a. 70%

b. 30%

c. 51%

d. 49%

If the co. effecient of co relation between two

varable is 0.7 than the % of variation

unaccounted for is

a. 70%

b. 30%

c. 51%

d. 49%

For 10 pair of observation no of concurrent

deviation was found to be 4. What is the value of

co. efficient of concurrent deviation

a. root 0.2

b. root -0.2

c. 1/3

d. -1/3

For 10 pair of observation no of concurrent

deviation was found to be 4. What is the value of

co. efficient of concurrent deviation

a. root 0.2

b. root -0.2

c. 1/3

d. -1/3

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