# Statistics And Probability Quiz Exam!

20 Questions | Total Attempts: 75

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• 1.
Which of the following is not a level of measurement of variables?
• A.

Nominal Level of Measurement

• B.

Interval Level of Measurement

• C.

Primary Level of Measurement

• D.

Ratio Level of Measurement

• 2.
It arises when we have variables that are categorical and non-numeric or where the numbers have no sense of ordering.
• A.

Ordinal Level of Measurement

• B.

Ratio Level of Measurement

• C.

Interval Level of Measurement

• D.

Nominal Level of Measurement

• 3.
It also deals with categorical variables but the level of order is important, that is the values of the variables could be ranked.
• A.

Nominal Level of Measurement

• B.

Ordinal Level of Measurement

• C.

Interval Level of Measurement

• D.

Ratio Level of Measurement

• 4.
It allows addition and subtraction operations but does not possess an absolute zero.
• A.

Ordinal Level of Measurement

• B.

Ratio Level of Measurement

• C.

Nominal Level of Measurement

• D.

Interval Level of Measurement

• 5.
It possesses a meaningful (unique and non-arbitrary) absolute, fixed zero points and allows all arithmetic operations.
• A.

Interval Level of Measurement

• B.

Nominal Level of Measurement

• C.

Ratio Level of Measurement

• D.

Ordinal Level of Measurement

• 6.
Which of the following is not a method of data collection?
• A.

Use of Existing Records

• B.

Subjective Method

• C.

Objective Method

• D.

All are methods of data collection

• 7.
The two types of data are secondary and primary data.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 8.
It is a type of data resulting from subjective method of data collection.
• A.

Secondary Data

• B.

Primary Data

• 9.
It is obtained through the use of existing records or data collected by entities for certain purposes.
• A.

Secondary Data

• B.

Primary Data

• 10.
We must not remember to request permission and not acknowledge the source of the data when using data gathered by other agencies or other people.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 11.
Which of the following is not a method of presentation of data?
• A.

Tabular

• B.

Textual / Narrative

• C.

Graphical

• D.

Non-verbal

• 12.
In this type of presenting of data, one describes data by enumerating some of the highlights of the data like giving the highest and lowest or the average values.
• A.

Non-verbal

• B.

Textual

• C.

Tabular

• D.

Graphical

• 13.
It is applicable for large data sets. Trends could be easily seen in this kind of presentation.
• A.

Non-verbal

• B.

Textual

• C.

Graphical

• D.

Tabular

• 14.
It is commonly used in oral presentations.
• A.

Narrative

• B.

Graphical

• C.

Tabular

• D.

Textual

• 15.
The frequency distribution table is the common tabular form of presenting the distribution of the data.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 16.
Identify the graph being shown in the picture.
• A.

Pictograph

• B.

Bar Graph

• C.

Line Graph

• D.

Scatter Graph

• E.

Pie Graph

• 17.
Identify the graph being shown in the picture.
• A.

Pictograph

• B.

Bar Graph

• C.

Line Graph

• D.

Scatter Graph

• E.

Pie Graph

• 18.
Identify the graph being shown in the picture.
• A.

Pictograph

• B.

Bar Graph

• C.

Line Graph

• D.

Scatter Graph

• E.

Pie Graph

• 19.
Identify the graph being shown in the picture.
• A.

Pictograph

• B.

Bar Graph

• C.

Line Graph

• D.

Scatter Graph

• E.

Pie Graph

• 20.
Identify the graph being shown in the picture.
• A.

Pictograph

• B.

Bar Graph

• C.

Line Graph

• D.

Scatter Graph

• E.

Pie Graph

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