A. has any actual value from zero to infinity.
B. has its own unique properties.
C. can be added or subtracted.
D. can be summed.
A. you must multiply and divide before adding and subtracting.
B. you can perform the calculation with or without the brackets.
C. the brackets should be removed before performing the calculation.
D. the quantity within the brackets must be multiplied by that number.
A. Only whole numbers are used.
B. Negative numbers are not used.
C. Dividing by zero is permitted.
D. Both positive and negative numbers have values.
C. Trend analysis.
D. Measurement scales.
A. biased sample.
B. random sample.
C. sampling theory.
D. sampling application.
A. 375.0 pounds.
B. 415.5 pounds.
C. 437.5 pounds.
D. 500.0 pounds.
A. Discrete; ratio.
B. Discrete; interval.
C. Continuous; ratio.
D. Continuous; interval.
A. determine the range of the data.
B. determine the class interval size.
C. range the data from largest to smallest.
D. range the data from smallest to largest.
A. indirect comparison.
B. direct comparison.
C. visual inspection.
A. Value of the data.
B. One class of data.
C. Upper and lower limits.
D. Number of frequencies.
A. Series of rectangles.
B. Individual values of data.
C. Lower limit and baseline.
D. Frequencies of the various class intervals.
D. Weighted mean.
A. Arrange the data in classes.
B. Determine the numerical average.
C. Determine the total of the values.
D. Arrange the data in ascending order.