Our team has conducted extensive research to compile a set of Central Tendency Statistics MCQs. We encourage you to test your Central Tendency Statistics knowledge by answering these 30+ multiple-choice questions provided below.

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A. Total number of scores summed

B. Total sum of scores

C. Total of sum and numbers summed

D. None of these

A. Arithmetic Mean

B. Average

C. Median

D. Both a and b

A. Symmetrical Distribution

B. Gaussian Distribution

C. Bell-shaped Distribution

D. All of these

A. Frequency

B. Probability

C. Significance

D. All of these

A. Representative

B. Descriptive

C. Repetitive

D. Both a and b

A. Mean

B. Median

C. Mode

D. All of these

A. Sum

B. Square

C. Sum of square

D. None of these

A. Mean

B. Median

C. Mode

D. Range

A. Mean

B. Median

C. Mode

D. Range

A. Mean

B. Median

C. Mode

D. Range

A. One

B. One or more

C. Two

D. Two or more

A. Mean

B. Median

C. Mode

D. Range

A. One

B. One or more

C. Two

D. More than two

A. Smaller than

B. Larger than

C. Equal to

D. Any of these

A. Non Modal Distribution

B. Rectangular Distribution

C. Normal Distribution

D. Both a and b

A. Symmetrical Distribution

B. Gaussian Distribution

C. Bell-shaped Distribution

D. All of these

A. True

B. False

A. Number

B. Sum of number

C. Square of number

D. Sum of square of number

A. Number

B. Sum of number

C. Square of number

D. Sum of square of number

A. Smaller than

B. Larger than

C. Equal to

D. Any of these

A. No

B. One

C. Two

D. Three

A. True

B. False

A. Sample set

B. Sample mean

C. Sample size

D. Sample range

A. Above

B. Below

C. Within

D. Both a and b

A. Above

B. Below

C. Within

D. Both a and b

A. Symmetrical Distribution

B. Normal Distribution

C. Gaussian Distribution

D. Both a and c

A. Equal

B. Unequal

C. Somewhat equal

D. Both a and b

A. U; M

B. N; N

C. M; u

D. N; n

A. When it is not possible to measure all data in a population.

B. When data are measured for a portion of individuals from a population.

C. When data are measured for all members of a population.

D. When the means of different groups are based on unequal or disproportionate numbers of scores.

A. When it is not possible to measure all data in a population.

B. When data are measured for a portion of individuals from a population.

C. When data are measured for all members of a population.

D. When the means of different groups are based on unequal or disproportionate numbers of scores.

A. True

B. False