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A. Discrete

B. Categorical

C. Continuous

D. Both a and b

A. Discrete

B. Categorical

C. Continuous

D. Both a and b

A. Difference

B. Mean

C. Range

D. All of these

A. Sum

B. Difference

C. Square

D. Sum of square

A. Across a series of intervals.

B. Absolute percentages

C. Relative percentages

D. Both

E. None

A. Bottom up

B. Top down

C. Bottom down

D. Both a and b

A. Category

B. Score

C. Range of score

D. All of these

A. Data distribution

B. Score distribution

C. Frequency distribution

D. None of these

A. Dot graph

B. Line graph

C. Bar graph

D. Dot and Line Graph

A. Mean

B. Sum

C. Frequency

D. All of these

A. Bar chart

B. Pie chart

C. Histogram

D. None of these

A. Bar chart

B. Pie chart

C. Histogram

D. None of these

A. Class Width

B. Interval Width

C. Interval

D. Boundary

A. Only upper limits

B. Only lower limits

C. Midpoints

D. Both upper and lower limits

A. Interval Width

B. Class Width

C. Interval Boundary

D. Both a and b

A. Right

B. Left

C. Top

D. Bottom

A. First Digit

B. Last Digit

C. Digits for each number

D. Both b and c

A. First

B. Last

C. Smallest

D. Both b and c

A. Upper Boundary

B. Lower Boundary

C. Midpoint

D. Both a and b

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. Above

B. Below

C. In between

D. Both a and b

A. Above

B. Below

C. In between

D. Both a and b

A. Percentile point

B. Percentile rank

C. Percentile range

D. None of these

A. Symbols

B. Illustrations

C. Words

D. Both a and b

A. Line

B. Circle

C. Pentagon

D. Any of these

A. 0.01

B. 0.1

C. 1.0

D. 10.0

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. Total frequencies

B. Total number of frequencies

C. Total number of intervals

D. Sum of a and b

A. 3

B. 3.6

C. 3.9

D. 0.3

A. The frequency of each individual score or category in a distribution

B. The frequency of scores falling within defined groups or intervals

C. Distributing the proportion of scores in each interval of a frequency distribution

D. All are correct

A. The frequency of each individual score or category in a distribution

B. The frequency of scores falling within defined groups or intervals

C. Distributing the proportion of scores in each interval of a frequency distribution

D. All are correct

A. Right

B. Left

C. Top

D. Bottom

A. True

B. False

A. True

B. False

A. Grouped data

B. Ungrouped data

C. Sample data

D. Discrete data

A. First

B. Largest

C. Last

D. Both a and b

A. First

B. Largest

C. Last

D. Both a and b

A. Grouped data

B. The interval width

C. Real range

D. All of these

A. Simple frequency.

B. Interval width.

C. Interval boundaries.

D. Grouped date

A. The interval width is too small.

B. The interval width is unequal.

C. The class intervals overlap.

D. One interval is an open class.

A. A cumulative frequency distribution from the bottom up

B. A cumulative frequency distribution from the top down

C. A simple frequency distribution

D. A relative frequency distribution

A. Lower than 85% of people who took the exam.

B. Higher than 85% of people who took the exam.

C. Lower than his friends.

D. Higher than everyone in his high school.

A. 24%

B. 22%

C. 20%

D. There is not enough information to answer this question.

A. Lower than 85% of people who took the exam.

B. Higher than 85% of people who took the exam.

C. Lower than his friends.

D. Higher than everyone in his high school.

A. Histogram

B. Bar chart

C. Pictogram

D. Frequency polygon

A. Grouped data

B. The interval width

C. Real range

D. All of these

A. Simple frequency.

B. Interval width.

C. Interval boundaries.

D. Grouped date

A. The interval width is too small.

B. The interval width is unequal.

C. The class intervals overlap.

D. One interval is an open class.