Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing-Simple and Composite Hypotheses (ISS Statistics Paper II (New 2016 MCQ Pattern)): Questions 1 - 6 of 7

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Question number: 1

» Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing » Simple and Composite Hypotheses

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Following Statement is true or false:

The null hypothesis is generally assumed to be ________ until evidence indicates otherwise.

Question number: 2

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________ states that there is statistical difference between two variables.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Simple Hypothesis

b.

Null Hypothesis

c.

Alternative Hypothesis

d.

Statistical hypothesis

Question number: 3

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Question

A hypothesis that says there is no statistical significance between the two variables is known as

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Null hypothesis

b.

Composite hypothesis

c.

Alternative Hypothesis

d.

Simple Hypothesis

Question number: 4

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The hypothesis H0:μ=μ0,σ2=σ20 is known as

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

The hypothesis H0:μ=μ0,σ2=σ20 is known as Composite Hypothesis

b.

Simple Hypothesis

c.

Null Hypothesis

d.

Alternative Hypothesis

Question number: 5

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Question

The hypothesis H0:μ<μ0,σ2<σ20 is known as

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Composite Hypothesis

b.

Simple Hypothesis

c.

Null Hypothesis

d.

Alternative Hypothesis

Question number: 6

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A Statistical Hypothesis, which does not specifies the population completely, is known as

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Composite Hypothesis

b.

Simple Hypothesis

c.

Null Hypothesis

d.

Alternative Hypothesis

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