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Question 1

The mean of a distribution is 14 and the standard deviation is 5. What is the value of the coefficient of variation?

A

60.4%

B

48.3%

C

35.7%

D

27.8%

Question 1 Explanation:

CV=$\frac{SD}{Mean}\times 100$

Question 2

The mean of a distribution is 23, the median is 24, and the mode is 25.5. It is most likely that this distribution is:

A

Positively Skewed

B

Symmetrical

C

Asymptotic

D

Negatively Skewed

Question 2 Explanation:

For Negative Skewed Mean is likely to be less than mode and median

Question 3

Which of the following describe the middle part of a group of numbers?

A

Measure of Variability

B

Measure of Central Tendency

C

Measure of Association

D

Measure of Shape

Question 4

According to the empirical rule, approximately what percent of the data should lie within $\mu \pm 2 \sigma$?

A

75%

B

68%

C

99.7%

D

90%

E

95%

Question 5

The sum of the deviations about the mean is always:

A

Range

B

Zero

C

Total Standard Deviation

D

Positive

E

Negative

Question 6

The middle value of an ordered array of numbers is the

A

Mode

B

Mean

C

Median

D

MidPoint

Question 7

Which of the following is not a measure of central tendency?

A

Percentile

B

Quartile

C

Standard deviation

D

Mode

Question 7 Explanation:

Standard Deviation is measure of Dispersion or variability its not measure of central tendency.

Question 8

Which of the following divides a group of data into four subgroups?

A

Percentiles

B

Deciles

C

Median

D

Quartiles

E

Standard Deviation

Question 9

If the standard deviation of a population is 9, the population variance is:

A

9

B

3

C

21

D

81

Question 9 Explanation:

variance is Square of standard deviation

Question 10

If a distribution is abnormally tall and peaked, then is can be said that the distribution is:

A

leptokurtic

B

pyrokurtic

C

platykurtic

D

mesokurtic

Question 10 Explanation:

A leptokurtic curve is "long peaked" . It is (lepto is Greek for thin or small; kurtos is Greek for bulge; thus, a curve which is "thin bulge").

Question 11

Sum of dots when two dice are rolled is

A

a discrete variable

B

a continuous variable

C

a constant

D

a qualitative variable

Question 12

The weights of students in a college/school is a

A

Discrete Variable

B

Continuous Variable

C

Qualitative Variable

D

None of these

Question 13

The number of accidents in a city during 2010 is

A

Discrete variable

B

Continuous variable

C

Qualitative variable

D

Constant

Question 14

Which of these represent qualitative data

A

Height of a student

B

Liking or disliking of (500) persons of a product

C

Income of a government servant in a city

D

Yield from a wheat plot

Question 15

Life of a T.V picture tube is a

A

Discrete variable

B

Continuous variable

C

Qualitative variable

D

Constant

Question 16

The first hand and unorganized form of data is called

A

Secondary data

B

Organized data

C

Primary data

D

None of these

Question 17

The data which have already been collected by some one are called

A

Raw data

B

Array data

C

Secondary data

D

Fictitious data

Question 18

Census reports used as a source of data is

A

Primary source

B

secondary source

C

Organized data

D

none

Question 19

The grouped data is also called

A

Raw data

B

Primary data

C

Secondary data

D

Qualitative data

Question 20

Primary data and _____________ data are same

A

Grouped

B

Secondary data

C

Ungrouped

D

None of these

Question 21

Questionnaire survey method is used to collect

A

Secondary data

B

Qualitative variable

C

Primary data

D

None of these

Question 22

Data collected by NADRA to issue computerized identity cards (CICs) are

A

Unofficial data

B

Qualitative data

C

Secondary data

D

Primary data

E

None of these

Question 23

Population census is conducted through

A

Sample survey

B

Accounting

C

Investigation

D

Complete enumeration

Question 24

A parameter is a measure which is computed from

A

Population data

B

Sample data

C

Test statistics

D

None of these

Question 25

Given $X_1=12, X_2=19 ,X_3=10, X_4=7$, then $\sum_{i=1}^4$ equals?

A

36

B

48

C

41

D

29

E

None of these

Question 25 Explanation:

12+19+10+7=48

Question 26

A chance variation in an observational process is

A

Dispersion/ Variability

B

Measurement error

C

Random error

D

Instrument error

Question 27

A constant variable can take values

A

Zero

B

Fixed

C

Not fixed

D

nothing

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MCQs from Basic Statistics

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Question 1

You asked five of your classmates about their height. On the basis of this information, you stated that the average height of all students in your university or college is 67 inches. This is an example of:

A

Descriptive statistics

B

Inferential Statistics

C

Parameter

D

Population

Question 2

In statistics, a sample means

A

A portion of the sample

B

A portion of the population

C

all the items under investigation

D

none of the above

Question 3

Which one is the not measure of dispersion.

A

The Range

B

50th Percentile

C

Inter-Quartile Range

D

Variance

Question 4

Which one of the following measurement does not divide a set of observations into equal parts?

A

Quartiles

B

Standard Deviations

C

Percentiles

D

Deciles

E

Median

Question 5

Which branch of statistics deals with the techniques that are used to organize, summarize, and present the data:

A

Advanced Statistics

B

Probability Statistics

C

Inferential Statistics

D

Descriptive Statistics

E

Bayesian Statistics

Question 6

The height of a student is 60 inches. This is an example of --------------

A

Qualitative data

B

Categorical data

C

Continuous data

D

Discrete data

Question 7

In statistics, conducting a survey means

A

Collecting information from elements

B

Making mathematical calculations

C

Drawing graphs and pictures

D

None of the above

Question 8

In statistics, a population consists of:

A

All People living in a country

B

All People living in the are under study

C

All subjects or objects whose characteristics are being studied

D

None of the above

Question 9

When data are collected in a statistical study for only a portion or subset of all elements of interest we are using:

A

A sample

B

A Parameter

C

A Population

D

Both b and c

Question 10

Which of the following is not based on all the observations?

A

Arithmetic Mean

B

Geometric Mean

C

Harmonic Mean

D

Weighted Mean

E

Mode

Question 11

Statistic is a numerical quantity, which is calculated from:

A

Population

B

Sample

C

Data

D

Observations

Question 12

The algebraic sum of deviations from mean is:

A

Maximum

B

Zero

C

Minimum

D

Undefined

Question 13

In descriptive statistics, we study

A

The description of decision making process

B

The methods for organizing, displaying, and describing data

C

How to describe the probability distribution

D

None of the above

Question 14

Data in the Population Census Report is:

A

Grouped data

B

Ungrouped data

C

Secondary data

D

Primary data

E

Arrayed data

Question 15

In inferential statistics, we study

A

the methods to make decisions about population based on sample results

B

how to make decisions about mean, median, or mode

C

how a sample is obtained from a population

D

None of the above

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MCQs about Measure of Dispersion I

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Which of these is a relative measure of dispersion
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Standard Deviation

B

Variance

C

Coefficient of Variation

D

Non of these

Question 2

The standard deviation is always _________ than mean deviation

A

Greater

B

Less

C

Equal

D

None

Question 3

The sum of squares of deviation is least if measure from

A

Mean

B

Mode

C

Median

D

Variance

Question 4

The variance of 5 numbers is 10. If each number is divided by 2, then the variance of new numbers is

A

20

B

5

C

2.5

D

5.5

E

0

Question 5

Lowest value of variance can be

A

1

B

-1

C

3

D

-3

E

0

Question 5 Explanation:

Variance can not be negative

Question 6

Variance is always calculated from

A

Mode

B

Varaince

C

Geometric Mean

D

Median

E

Mean

Question 7

If X and Y are independent then SD (X − Y) is

A

$SD(X)-SD(Y)$

B

$SD(X)+SD(Y)$

C

$\sqrt{SD(X)+SD(Y)}$

D

$\sqrt{Var(X)+Var(Y)}$

Question 8

Variance remains unchanged by change of

A

Origin

B

Scale

C

Both

D

None of these

Question 9

The variance of a constant is

A

zero

B

constant

C

a

D

None

Question 10

A measure of dispersion is always ________

A

zero

B

Positive

C

Negative

D

Infinity

Question 11

If the standard deviation of the values 2, 4, 6, 8 is 2.33, then the standard deviation of the values 4, 6, 8, 10 is

A

0

B

2.58

C

5

D

4.66

E

2.33

Question 12

The measure of Dispersion can never be

A

Positive

B

Negative

C

0

D

1

Question 13

The sum of squared deviations of a set of n values from their mean is

A

Zero

B

Maximum

C

Least

D

None

Question 14

The measure of dispersion is changed by a change of

A

Origin

B

Scale

C

Algebraic Signs

D

None

Question 15

If all values are same then the measure of dispersion will be

A

1

B

0

C

Mean

D

Mode

E

Median

Question 16

For a symmetrical distribution approximately 68% of the cases are included between
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$\overline{X}-S\,$ and $\overline{X}+S$

B

$\overline{X}-2S\,$ and $\overline{X}+2S$

C

$\overline{X}-3S\,$ and $\overline{X}+3S$

D

None of these

Question 17

The percentage of values lies between $\overline{X}\pm 2 SD\,$ is

A

68.26%

B

95.45%

C

99.7%

D

65%

E

99%

Question 18

Suppose for 40 observations, the variance is 50. If all the observations are increased by 20, the variance of these increased observation will be

A

50

B

70

C

50/20

D

50-20=30

E

50

Question 19

The mean deviation of the values, 18, 12, 15 is

A

6

B

zero

C

3

D

2

Question 19 Explanation:

$MD=\frac{\sum_{i=1}^n |x_i-\overline{x}|}{n}$

Question 20

Standard deviation is calculated from the Harmonic Mean (HM)

A

Always

B

Sometimes

C

Never

D

None of these

Question 21

$Var(2X+3)\,$ is

A

5 Var(X)

B

4 Var(X)

C

4 Var(X)+3

D

5 Var(X) + 3

Question 22

If a and b are two constants, then $Var(a + bX)\,$ is

A

$a\pm b Var(X)$

B

$Var(a) \pm Var(X)$

C

$\pm b Var(X)$

D

$b^2 Var(X)$

E

$(a \pm b) Var(X)$

Question 23

If Y=−8X − 5 and SD of X is 3, then SD of Y is

A

8

B

3

C

5

D

24

E

None

Question 24

Mean Deviation, Variance and Standard Deviation of the values 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4 is

A

4

B

8

C

2

D

12

E

0

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Not

B

Less

C

Highly

D

None of these

Question 13

Which of the following is least if $\overline{X}=14$

A

$\sum(X-10)^2$

B

$\sum(X-12)^2$

C

$\sum(X-15)^2$

D

$\sum(X-14)^2$

Question 14

The average of first n natural numbers is

A

None of these

B

$\frac{n+1}{2}$

C

$\frac{n}{2}$

Question 15

If "X" is a constant then $\sum_{i=1}^2 a =$ ________________

A

nX

B

2X

C

X

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If any of the value in data set is negative then it is impossible to compute

A

Arithmetic Mean

B

Geometric Mean

C

Mode

D

Median

E

Harmonic Mean

Question 2

The Harmonic Mean of any two numbers is

A

$\sqrt{ab}$

B

$\frac{2ab}{a+b}$

C

$\frac{a+b}{2}$

D

$a+b$

Question 3

Which of the following Measure of averages is affected by extreme (very small or very large) valuesin data set.

A

Median

B

Mode

C

Geometric Mean

D

Arithmetic Mean

E

Harmonic Mean

Question 4

If 10% is added to each value of variable, the geometric mean of new variable is added by

A

90%

B

5%

C

10%

D

No change

E

110%

Question 5

The most repeated (popular) value in a data set is called

A

Mode

B

Geometric Mean

C

Median

D

Harmonic Mean

E

Mean

Question 6

Geometric means of $X_1$ and $X_2$ is

A

$X_1+X_2$

B

$\sqrt{X_1+X_2}$

C

$\frac{X_1+X_2}{x}$

D

$\sqrt{X_1}+\sqrt{X_2}$

E

$\sqrt{X_1 \times X_2}$

Question 7

2nd Quartile = 5th Decile = 50th Percentile = ?

A

Mean

B

Geometric Mean

C

Median

D

Mode

E

Harmonic Mean

Question 8

Which of the following cannot be less than zero (negative)?

A

Mode

B

Geometric Mean

C

Median

D

Arithmetic Mean

E

Harmonic Mean

Question 8 Explanation:

All measure of central tendencies except Geometric Mean can be negative or more than zero.

Question 9

If a distribution has two modes then this distribution is called

A

Uni-Modal

B

None of these

C

Bi-Modal

D

Multi-Modal

E

Tri-Modal

Question 10

Data must be arranged either in ascending or descending order, if some wants to compute

A

Median

B

Geometric Mean

C

Mode

D

Harmonic Mean

E

Mean

Question 11

The Geometric Mean of -2, 4, 03, 6, 0 will be

A

None of these

B

3

C

-3

D

0

E

Cannot be Computed

Question 12

If any of the value in data set is zero then it is not possible (i.e. impossible) to compute

A

Mean

B

Harmonic Mean

C

Geometric Mean

D

Mode

E

Median

Question 13

Which of the following Measure of Averages is not based on all the values given in the data set.

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where we find the correct answers.. the test is only showing tht wht is correct or wrong

Answers are in pdf file. You can also see correct answer if you click all (or few) options in a question.

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q#8 of test 3 is wrong according to my knowldge …please explain.i think standerd deviation is not effected by change of origin

Your provided reference of question in test 3 is not correct. Perhaps its question 3. Question 3 is correct as it says “The measure of dispersion is changed by a change of” and answer is “scale”.

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sir ? checkout query 14

Please share the Quiz number, name or path of the Quiz. Otherwise Query 14 cannot be checked.

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