The post is about the MCQs Hypothesis Statistics Quiz. There are 20 multiple-choice questions covering topics related to hypothesis testing, level of significance, test statistics, critical region, and one-tailed and two-tailed tests. Let us start with MCQs Hypothesis Statistics Quiz.

MCQs Hypothesis Testing

### MCQs Hypothesis Statistics Quiz

- Type-I error will occur if an innocent person is
- A deserving player is not selected for the national team, it is an example of
- A ———- error is made if $H_1$ is true but $H_0$ is accepted
- A statistic on the basis of which a decision is made about the hypothesis of interest is called
- The probability of rejecting a true hypothesis is called
- The probability of rejecting a false $H_0$ is
- The level of significance is the risk of
- When a critical region is located on both sides of the curve, it is called
- The choice of a one-tailed test and a two-tailed test depends upon
- Which one is an example of a two-tailed test
- The region of acceptance of $H_0$ is called
- The region of rejection of $H_0$ is called
- In a Z-test, the number of degrees of freedom is
- If $\alpha=0.05$%, the value of one-tailed $Z$ test will be
- If population standard deviation is known and $n>30$ then appropriate test statistics mean comparison is
- In a Wilcoxon rank sum test
- Fisher exact test is used for:
- Which of the following statistics can be used to determine whether or not there is a statistically significant relationship between two variables in a contingency table?
- Which of the following is (are) considered to be inferential statistics?
- A .05 level of significance means that