Statistics Quiz: Can You Answer Correctly From The Given Data?

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Can you answer correctly from the given data in this statistic test? During a survey, once information is got, it is up to the researcher to come up with presentations about what they found so it could be easier for someone viewing the report to understand. Give the test a try and see if you could get the high score!

• 1.
Which of the following is not a valid conclusion?
• A.

There were fewer goals than assists

• B.

Defense scored fewer points than forwards

• C.

The defense had a higher ratio of goals to assists

• D.

The defense had fewer assists than the forwards

• 2.
Which subject is most popular among female students?
• A.

Music

• B.

Phys-ed

• C.

Science

• D.

English

• 3.
Which of the following conclusions is valid?
• A.

Students who play basketball are not likely to play volleyball

• B.

More students play basketball than volleyball

• C.

Students who play volleyball are likely to also play basketball

• D.

There is no correlation between playing basketball and volleyball

• 4.
Students were asked whether they would prefer a cat or a dog for a pet. The results are shown in the following graph. Which of the following conclusions is valid?
• A.

Females are more likely to prefer cats over dogs

• B.

Most students prefer cats

• C.

Males and females are equally likely to prefer dogs

• D.

There is no correlation between gender and pet preference

• 5.
Carrie conducted a survey to determine if there is a relationship between reading for pleasure and doing well in English class. Which of the following conclusions is not valid?
• A.

• B.

Most students do well in English

• C.

There is no correlation between reading for pleasure and doing well in English

• D.

Students who read for pleasure are more likely to do well in English

• 6.
A causal relationship means that
• A.

Two variables have a positive correlation

• B.

Two variables have a negative correlation

• C.

Two variables are unrelated

• D.

One variable directly affects another

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