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Presentation of Data Test 1

MCQs on Graph, Chart and Table

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Question 1

In constructing histogram, if the class interval size of one class is double than others, then width of that bar should be

A

One

B

Quarter

C

Doubled

D

Half

Question 2

Total angles in Pie chart are

A

300

B

360

C

180

D

270

Question 3

The graph of cumulative frequency is called

A

Histogram

B

Cumulative Frequency Polygon

C

Frequency Polygon

Question 4

The graph of the normal distribution depends on

A

Standard Deviation only

B

Mean and Standard Deviation

C

Harmonic Mean and Standard Deviation

D

Harmonic Mean

Question 5

Cumulative Frequency is _____________ frequency

A

None of these

B

Increasing

C

Decreasing

D

Fixed

Question 6

___________ use the division of a circle into different sectors

A

Conversion Graphs

B

Frequency Polygon

C

Line Graph

D

Sector Graph

Question 7

The graph of frequency distribution is called

A

Histogram

B

Curve

C

Ogive

D

Historigram

Question 8

Total Relative Frequency is always

A

Quarter

B

One

C

Half

D

Two

Question 9

Graph of time series data is called

A

Polygon

B

Ogive

C

Historigram

D

Histogram

Question 10

The process of systematic arrangement of data in rows and columns is called

A

Classification

B

Arrangement

C

None of these

D

Array

E

Tabulation

Question 11

The average value of the lower and upper limit of a class is called

A

Class Frequency

B

Class Boundary

C

Class Interval

D

Mid Point

Question 12

Cumulative Frequency Curve is also called

A

Frequency Curve

B

Histogram

C

Ogive

D

Frequency Polygon

Question 13

A Histogram is a set of adjacent

A

Squares

B

Triangles

C

Rectangles

Question 14

Dividing the upper and lower limits of a particular class we get

A

Class Boundary

B

Class Interval

C

Class Mark

D

Class Frequency

Question 15

While constructing Frequency Distribution, the number of classes used depends upon

A

Number of observation

B

Size of Class

C

None of these

D

Range of data

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Presentation of Data Test 2

MCQs Graph & Chart

MCQs on different graph and charts such as bar chart, component bar chart, PIE chart, frequency polygon, Ogive, cumulative frequency polygon, clustered bar graph etc.

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Question 1

A frequency polygon is a close figure of

A

Two sided

B

Many sides

C

Three Sided

D

Non of these

Question 2

Decumulative frequency is presented by

A

Equal to Ogive

B

None of these

C

More than ogive

D

Less than ogive

Question 3

A Histogram contains a set of

A

Non Adjacent Rectangles

B

Adjacent triangles

C

Adjacent rectangles

D

Adjacent squares

Question 4

Frequency curve is

A

Asymptotic x-axis

B

Asymptotic to y-axis

C

Non-Asymptotic to y-axis

D

Non-Asymptotic to x-axis

E

None of these

Question 5

Component bar charts are used when data is divided into

A

Circles

B

Parts

C

None of these

D

Groups

Question 6

A circle in which sectors represents various quantities is called

A

Non of these

B

Frequency Polygon

C

Histogram

D

Pie Chart

Question 7

A graph of a cumulative frequency distribution is called

A

Frequency Polygon

B

None of these

C

Histogram

D

Ogive

Question 8

A frequency curve touches x-axis

A

Yes

B

No

C

None of these

D

Some times

Question 9

A frequency polygon is constructed by plotting frequency of the class interval and the

A

upper limit of the class

B

mid value of the class

C

any values of the class

D

lower limit of the class

Question 10

In a Pie calculate the angles for each sectors by the following formula

A

$\frac{component Part}{Total}\times 360^{\circ}$

B

\frac{component Part}{Total}\times \pi$

C

$\frac{component Part}{Total} \times 100$

D

$\frac{Total}{component Part}\times 360^{\circ}$

Question 11

In a histogram the area of each rectangle is proportional to

A

the class mark of the corresponding class interval

B

the class size of the corresponding class interval

C

frequency of the corresponding class interval

D

cumulative frequency of the corresponding class interval

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