This graph and chart multiple choice questions (MCQs) test contains questions from different topics related to graphical Presentation of data in statistics mcqs which includes, Frequency distribution (Relative frequency distribution, Cumulative Frequency distribution), Bar graph, Pie chart, Line graph, scatter diagram etc.

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Question 1

A Histogram is a set of adjacent

A

Triangles

B

Rectangles

C

Squares

Question 2

Total Relative Frequency is always

A

One

B

Half

C

Two

D

Quarter

Question 3

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

A

Array

B

Classification

C

Tabulation

D

Arrangement

E

None of these

Question 4

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

A

Mid Point

B

Class Frequency

C

Class Boundary

D

Class Interval

Question 5

Cumulative Frequency is _____________ frequency

A

Fixed

B

Increasing

C

None of these

D

Decreasing

Question 6

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

A

Class Frequency

B

Class Mark

C

Class Interval

D

Class Boundary

Question 7

Total angles in Pie chart are

A

180

B

270

C

360

D

300

Question 8

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

A

None of these

B

Range of data

C

Number of observation

D

Size of Class

Question 9

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

A

Half

B

Doubled

C

One

D

Quarter

Question 10

Cumulative Frequency Curve is also called

A

Frequency Polygon

B

Histogram

C

Ogive

D

Frequency Curve

Question 11

Graph of time series data is called

A

Polygon

B

Histogram

C

Ogive

D

Historigram

Question 12

The graph of cumulative frequency is called

A

Frequency Polygon

B

Cumulative Frequency Polygon

C

Histogram

Question 13

The graph of the normal distribution depends on

A

Harmonic Mean

B

Harmonic Mean and Standard Deviation

C

Standard Deviation only

D

Mean and Standard Deviation

Question 14

The graph of frequency distribution is called

A

Ogive

B

Histogram

C

Historigram

D

Curve

Question 15

___________ use the division of a circle into different sectors

A

Sector Graph

B

Line Graph

C

Frequency Polygon

D

Conversion Graphs

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