# 2108 Univariate - Describe A Distribution

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• 1.
When describing a numerical distribution, there are four components we observe, regardless of whether they displayed in a box plot, a bell curve or a histogram. From the list below, select components we use to describe a distribution.
• A.

Outliers

• B.

• C.

Range

• D.

Interquartile Range

• E.

Centre

• F.

Skew

• G.

Median

• H.

Shape

• I.

Standard deviation

• 2.
Select the options below that might apply when describing the shape of a distribution
• A.

Outliers

• B.

• C.

Normally distributed

• D.

Interquartile range

• E.

Mean

• F.

Negatively skewed

• G.

Median

• H.

Positively skewed

• I.

Standard deviation

• 3.
Select the options which are always true. Outliers are :
• A.

Extreme values

• B.

Positively skewed

• C.

Normally distributed

• D.

Not used to calculate the range

• E.

Outside the range

• F.

Part of the range

• G.

Only theoretical

• 4.
If I mulitply the interquartile range by 1.5, the resulting number is :
• A.

A fence, used to exclude outliers

• B.

An outlier

• C.

Subtracted from Q1 and Q3 to find a fence to exclude outliers

• D.

Subtracted from Q1 and added to Q3 to find a fence to exclude outliers

• E.

Subtracted from

• F.

Always positive

• G.

Half the range

• H.

The same as the range

• 5.
Complete this statement. Median is a measure of :
• 6.
Complete this statement. Mean is a measure of :
• 7.
Complete this statement. Range is a measure of :
• 8.
Complete this statement. Interquartile range is a measure of :
• 9.
Complete this statement. Standard Deviation range is a measure of : Back to top