# Sampling Distributions Assessment Test

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 135  Settings  In general, a sampling distribution is a probability distribution of a statistic obtained through a large number of samples drawn from a specific population. Take this assessment test to find out more.

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• 1.
A probability distribution of a statistic obtained through a large number of samples drawn from a specific population is...
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Graph

• B.

Sampling distribution

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Sample

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Table

• 2.
The actual or estimated standard deviation of the error in the process by which it was generated is...
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Open error

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Standard error

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Closed error

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Real value

• 3.
The statistical information from a sample which will vary as the random sampling is repeated is referred to as...
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Linear

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Nominal

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Sampling variability

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Coefficient

• 4.
A listing or function showing all the possible values of data and how often they occur is...
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Table

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Distribution

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Arrangement

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Line

• 5.
Randomly choosing a sample of k items from a list S containing n items, where n is either a very large or unknown number is...
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Reservoir sampling

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Rule sampling

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Nomination

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Ordination

• 6.
A statistical tool for constructing sampling distributions is the...
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Permutation test

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Combination test

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T test

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Confidence test

• 7.
A statistical test used on paired nominal data is the...
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McNemar's test

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Apte test

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F test

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Linear test

• 8.
What is used to test the null hypothesis that the median of a distribution is equal to some value?
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Lean test

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Poll test

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Sign test

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Pill test

• 9.
Which is a method for testing differences between three or more matched sets of frequencies or proportions?
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T test

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Optimum test

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Cochran's Q test

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D test

• 10.
What is used for identification and rejection of outliers?
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A test

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E test

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T test

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Q test