Answer these 30 Statistics MCQs and see how sharp is your knowledge of Statistics.

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A. Binomial, increases

B. Binomial, decreases

C. Z, increases

D. Z, decreases

A. P = .50

B. Decreases

C. Confidence level

D. Normal

A. A sample statistic

B. A parameter

C. Simple random sampling

D. A sampling distribution

E. None of the above

A. Qualitative

B. Quantitative

C. Random

D. Nominative

A. Company employees by gender and organizational title

B. Company employees by gender and age

C. Company employees by compensation and age

D. Company employees by compensation and years with the company

A. Circle

B. Line

C. Bar

D. Pie

A. Ogive

B. Pie chart

C. Stem-and-leaf display

D. Bar chart

A. Outliner

B. Y-intercept

C. Slope

D. Influential point

A. Symbiotic

B. Inverse

C. Synonymous

D. Identical

A. Round up

B. Eliminate 1

C. Divide by 0

D. None of these

A. Coded examples of

B. Numerical references to

C. Visual images of

D. Dull-down menus that access

A. Attempting to make it easier to reject H0

B. Better able to detect a treatment effect

C. Increasing the risk of a Type I error

D. All of the above

A. 1

B. 1/2

A. All outcomes in S that are not in A

B. All outcomes in A that are not in S

C. Some outcomes in S that are not in A

D. Some outcomes in A that are not in S

A. Calculate the range of the data set ; Divide the range by the number of groups you want and then round up

B. Alternative hypothesis; Calculate the range of the data set

C. Null hypothesis; Alternative hypothesis

D. Direct hypothesis; Null hypothesis

A. For a quantitative variable, but not for a categorical variable

B. Calculate the range of the data set ; Divide the range by the number of groups you want and then round up

C. Alternative hypothesis; Calculate the range of the data set

D. Null hypothesis; Alternative hypothesis

A. Frequency

B. Alternative hypothesis

C. Null hypothesis

D. Direct hypothesis

A. Alternative hypothesis

B. Null hypothesis

C. Direct hypothesis

D. All of these

A. Range

B. Mean

C. Standard deviation

D. Statistical significance

A. Balancing point

B. Standard deviation

C. Statistical significance

A. Zero

B. The mean deviation

C. The range

D. The standard deviation

A. Displayed in a histogram

B. Sorted and listed from the minimum to the maximum values

C. Distributed symmetrically around the mean

D. Summarized in a frequency distribution

A. Dependant

B. Independant

C. Both

A. Intercept

B. Error term

C. Slope

D. R Square

A. Normal.

B. Outlier.

C. Relative frequency.

D. Polygon.

A. Longer on the right side.

B. Shorter on the right side.

C. Longer on the left side.

D. Shorter on the right side.

A. Quantity determination

B. Package sizing

C. Lot sizing

D. Grouping

E. Aggregation

A. Symmetric and unimodal

B. Regression equation

C. The mean tends to be greater than the median

D. 40% response is explained on the regression line

A. The likelihood of the outcome.

B. Relative frequency of the occurrence.

C. 10.

D. Sample space.

A. Samples

B. Information

C. Insights

D. Research

E. Data

A. Data

B. Box

C. Distribution

D. Line