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Question number: 56
» Statistical Description of Data » Tabular Representation of Data
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For tabulation, ‘caption’ is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  The lower part of the table 

b.  The upper part of a table that describes the 

c.  The main part of the table 

d.  The upper part of the table 

Question number: 57
» Measures of Central Tendency
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The appropriate measure of dispersion for open – end classification is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Mean deviation 

b.  Standard deviation 

c.  Quartile deviation 

d.  None of the above 

Question number: 58
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What are the limits of the two regression coefficients?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  One positive and the other negative 

b.  No limit 

c.  Product of the regression coefficient must be numerically less than unity. 

d.  Must be positive 

Question number: 59
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The regression line of y on is derived by
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  The minimization of horizontal distances in the scatter diagram 

b.  The minimization of vertical distances in the scatter diagram 

c.  None of the above 

d.  All of the above 

Question number: 60
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If the relationship between two variables x and y in given by , then the Value of the correlation coefficient between x and y is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  0 

b.  1 

c.  1 

d.  negative 

Question number: 61
» Statistical Description of Data » Textual Representation of Data
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Annual income of a person is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  A continuous variable 

b.  A discrete variable 

c.  An attribute 

d.  All of the above 

Question number: 62
» Theoretical Distributions Binomial
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A trial is an attempt to
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Make something impossible. 

b.  Prosecute an offender in a court of law. 

c.  Make something possible. 

d.  Produce an outcome which is neither certain nor impossible. 
