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A. Positive

B. Linear

C. Curvilinear

D. Negative

A.

1

B.

2

C.

3

D.

4

A. Modify the null hypothesis

B. Reject the alternative hypothesis by mistake

C. Accept the null hypothesis by mistake

D. Reject the null hypothesis by mistake

A. Correlated

B. Curvilinear

C. On a spectrum

D. Independent

A. Not equal to zero

B. Not equal to the mean

C. Not equal to the variance

D. Not equal to the standard deviation

A. Qualitative

B. Computerized

C. Quantitative

D. Descriptive

A. Designed Experiments

B. Observational Studies

C. Surveys

D. Managers' experience

A. Null; void

B. Cause; effect

C. Nature; strength

D. Slope; intercept

A. Open-ended

B. Close-ended

C. Hypothesis

D. Leading

A. Quantitative

B. Experimental

C. Qualitative

D. Hypothetical

A. Longitudinal

B. Exploratory

C. Long-term

D. Descriptive

A. Remain the same

B. Decrease

C. Increase

D. Double in value

A.

24/70

B.

32/70

C.

24/32

D.

35/70

A. Ordinal

B. Nominal

C. Numerical

D. Interval

A. Input

B. Output

C. Dependent

D. Independent

A. Contingency table

B. Testing group

C. Sample

D. Hypothesis

A. In a graph format

B. In a time-series format

C. In a contingency table format

D. In an Excel worksheet format

A. Parameter, Sample

B. Population, Sample

C. Statistic, Population

D. Population, Parameter

A. Null

B. Large

C. Small

D. Zero

A. Weak

B. Strong

C. Linear

D. Predictable

A. Research question

B. Data analysis method

C. Sampling method

D. Study design

A. Parameter

B. Population

C. Statistic

D. Survey

A. Survey

B. Exploratory

C. Causal

D. Descriptive

A. Rejecting; modified

B. Rejecting; accepted

C. Accepting; rejected

D. Accepting; modified

A. Measures of dispersion

B. Measures of data range

C. Dispersion

D. Ratio and Interval

A. Median

B. Range

C. Standard deviation

D. Variance

A. 3

B. 2

C. 4

D. 5

A. Probability sampling

B. Direct sampling

C. Indirect sampling

D. Non-probability sampling

A. Target Population

B. Set Population

C. Sample Group

D. Survey Group

A. Easy to administer

B. Time-consuming

C. Requires a small sample

D. Contains a small error term

A.

27/38

B.

11/27

C.

27/70

D.

38/70

A. Easy to administer

B. Provides causative information

C. Low cost

D. Provides descriptive information

A. Primary

B. Tertiary

C. Survey

D. Secondary

A.

36

B.

39

C.

37

D.

38

A. Contingency

B. Critical

C. Null

D. Alternative

A. Contingency table

B. Side-by-side bar chart

C. Scatter plot

D. Pie chart

A. Crossing of the line at the X-axis

B. Crossing of the line at the Y-axis

C. Slope of the trend line

D. Slope of the regression line

A. Nature

B. Cause

C. Strength

D. Direction

A. Independent; dependent

B. Dependent; independent

C. Treatment; control

D. Treatment; dependent

A. Strength

B. Weakness

C. Opportunity

D. Threat

A. A total sampling table

B. A sampling frame

C. A linear sampling table

D. A cross sampling frame

A. Median

B. Mean

C. Mode

D. Total

A. Rigorous

B. General

C. Simple

D. Descriptive

A. Cluster

B. Decrease

C. Increase

D. Scatter

A. Quantitative

B. Correlational

C. Predictive

D. Non-linear

A. Ordinal and Nominal

B. Ratio and Nominal

C. Interval and Rational

D. Ratio and Interval

A. Control

B. Treatment

C. Before-and-after

D. Descriptive

A. Sloping downwards

B. Negative

C. Sloping upwards

D. Positive

A. A count of the number of cars that pass through a certain intersection every hour.

B. A survey about a group of customer's preferred cell phone application.

C. A focus group on customers' preference for product packaging.

D. A research study on the effectiveness of a new brand of household cleaner.

A. Negative

B. Positive

C. Causal

D. Growth