Language Of Data Baseline Assessment

101 Questions | Total Attempts: 80  Settings  This is a timed assessment.

• 1.
Which symbol represents probability?
• A.

P

• B.

M

• C.

|

• D.

N

• 2.
Which symbol represents a t-test?
• A.

T

• B.

M

• C.

P

• D.

N

• 3.
Which symbol represents confidence interval?
• A.

CI

• B.

β

• C.

95%

• D.

Z

• 4.
Which symbol represents given that?
• A.

|

• B.

• C.

M

• D.

G-T

• 5.
Which symbol represents correlation?
• A.

R

• B.

|

• C.

X

• D.

• 6.
Which symbol represents z-score?
• A.

Z

• B.

P

• C.

/zeta/

• D.

|

• 7.
Which symbol represents number of members?
• A.

N

• B.

R

• C.

No.

• D.

OR

• 8.
Which symbol represents odds ratio?
• A.

OR

• B.

>odds

• C.

R

• D.

CI

• 9.
Which symbol represents median?
• A.

M

• B.

Mid.

• 10.
Which symbol represents standard deviation?
• A.

SD

• B.

P

• C.

X | y

• 11.
Which term is represented by the "α" symbol?
• A.

Alpha

• B.

Beta

• C.

Median

• D.

Mean

• 12.
Which term is represented by the "SD" symbol?
• A.

Standard Deviation

• B.

Summed Difference

• C.

Standard DIfference

• D.

Summed Deviation

• 13.
Which term is represented by the "OR" symbol?
• A.

Odds Ratio

• B.

Given That

• C.

Option Reverse

• D.

Ordinal Range

• 14.
Which term is represented by the "n" symbol?
• A.

Number of members

• B.

Needs analysis

• C.

Net summary

• D.

Null

• 15.
Which term is represented by the "CI" symbol?
• A.

Confidence Interval

• B.

Coincidence given that

• C.

Coincidence (not probability)

• D.

Correlation interval

• 16.
Which term is represented by the "p" symbol?
• A.

Probabilty

• B.

Percent

• C.

Percentage

• D.

Person(s)

• 17.
Which term is represented by the "z" symbol?
• A.

Z-score

• B.

Alpha

• C.

Sample end

• D.

Alpha minus probability

• 18.
Which term is represented by the "M" symbol?
• A.

Median

• B.

Mean

• C.

Mode

• D.

Margin (error margin)

• 19.
Which term is represented by the "t" symbol?
• A.

T-test

• B.

Timed-test

• C.

T-interval

• D.

Average t time

• 20.
Which term is represented by the "r" symbol?
• A.

Correlation

• B.

Repeated test

• C.

Registered number of members

• D.

Ratio of the odds

• 21.
Which of the following is a correct definition for "p-value"?
• A.

Describes the probability that an observed effect occurred by chance alone

• B.

Obtained by dividing the sum of observed values by the number of observations

• C.

Indicates how close the entire set of data is to the average value

• D.

The percentage of the population that has the characteristics in question

• 22.
Which of the following is a correct definition for the term "null hypothesis"?
• A.

A hypothesis that the effect of the intervention to the desired outcome is zero(no effect)

• B.

An indication of how many standard deviations an observation is from the mean

• C.

The statement of what a statistical hypothesis test is set up to establish

• D.

The percentage of the population that has the characteristics in question

• 23.
Which of the following is a correct definition for the term "alpha"?
• A.

The level of significance; describes how extreme observed results must be in order to reject the null hypothesis (that the observed effect occurred by chance alone)

• B.

A value obtained by dividing the sum of observed values by the number of observations

• C.

The statement of what a statistical hypothesis test is set up to establish

• D.

The range of possible values for which the results of the real effect are still true

• 24.
Which of the following is a correct definition for the term "beta"?
• A.

The "weight" or contribution that a single variable makes to the overall model

• B.

Indicates how close the entire set of data is to the average value

• C.

The degree of relationship between two variables

• D.

The percentage of the population that has the characteristics in question

• 25.
Which of the following is a correct definition for the term "correlation"?
• A.

The degree of relationship between two variables

• B.

Number of members of a sample

• C.

The percentage of the population that has the characteristics in question

• D.

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