# 2145 Shape - Symmetry, Skew & Outliers

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Caution : This is a CHECK BOX quiz, where multiple choices can be selected to make the answer more accurate.

• 1.
The stem & leaf plot above represents data which is:
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Potential Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 2.
The histogram above represents data which is:
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Potential Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 3.
The histogram above represents data which is:
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Potential Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 4.
The box plot above represents data which is:
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 5.
The data that relates to the image above is :
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Potential Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 6.
The data that relates to the image above is :
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Potential Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 7.
The box plot above represents data which is
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Potential Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 8.
The bar chart above represents ordinal data which is:
• A.

Perfectly Symmetrical

• B.

Approximately Symmetrical

• C.

Positively Skewed

• D.

Negatively Skewed

• E.

With Potential Outlier(s)

• F.

Approximately Symmetrical, but Bi-modal

• 9.