The scatterness of the observations
The central location of the observations
Both (i) and (ii)
None of these.
The classes are of equal length
The classes have equal frequency
All the values of a class are equal to the mid-value of that class
None of these.
Mean is rigidly defined
Mean is not affected due to sampling fluctuations Ensues
Mean has some mathematical properties
All these
Usually mean is the best measure of central tendency
Usually median is the best measure'of central tendency
Usually mode is the best measure of central tendency
Normally, GM is the best measure of central tendency
AM
GM
Median
Mode
AM
Median
Mode
Any of these.
Any of the two middle-most value
The simple average of these two middle values
The weighted average of these two middle values
Any of these
AM
Median
Mode
Both GM and HM
Mean
Median
Mode
All of these measures
Mean
Median
Mode
Gm
AM
GM
HM
Both (ii)and(iii)
Mean - Mode = 3 (Mean - Median)
Median - Mode = 3 (Mean - Median)
Mean - Median = 3 (Mean - Mode)
Mean - Median = 3 (Median - Mode)
The data are not classified
The data are put in the form of grouped frequency distribution
All the observations are not of equal importance
Both (i) and (iii).
AM >= GM >= HM
HM >= GM >= AM
AM > GM > HM
GM > AM > HM
AM
GM
Median
Mode
Two equal parts
Four equal parts
Five equal parts
None of these
Histogram
Frequency Polygon
Ogive
Pie chart
AM
GM
HM
All of these
Mean
Median
Mode
All of these
Mean
Median
Mode
Both (i) and(ii)