Statistics Quizzes & Trivia

It wouldn’t be wrong to claim that today the world is governed by statistics. Companies base their decision on the results of statistical information, every person that uses a social network is a constant generator of information processed by statistical indicators, smartphones monitor our every move with the goal of obtaining statistical results.

We belong in a world of statistics, therefore we must know its rules: “What does a p-value mean? What about a confidence interval?”, “How is a sample size calculated?”, “How are t-test, ANOVA, and chi-squared test results interpreted?”, and “What tool can be employed to determine if the data has been misinterpreted?”. In the statistical sense, you have already taken these quizzes, but we wouldn't want you to think that you don’t have a choice.

Statistics is what makes us able to collect, organize, disply, interpret, analyse, and present a data. This quick quiz features eleven basic questions of the topic. Check your basic knowledge in simple statistics concepts....

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 1188   |  Last updated: Oct 11, 2019
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       You are conducting a survey of the people of the United Kindom to find out how popular the racket sports are. You randomly choose people to call and make 1,000 phone calls to people scattered across the country. In this study, what is the statistics term for THE PEOPLE IN THE U.K., and what is the statistics term for THE PEOPLE YOU CALLED?

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 1157   |  Last updated: Dec 13, 2019
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    The range of the first 10 prime numbers 2,3,4,7,11,13,17,  19,23,29  is 

Here are some Trivia Questions on Sampling Design. When it comes to sampling, it is important for a person to have the correct sample that has the same characteristics as the entire population in order for the results to be the...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1057   |  Last updated: Oct 3, 2019
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    What is the main difference between probability and non-probability sampling?

Sample Final Exam

Questions: 94  |  Attempts: 986   |  Last updated: Dec 7, 2016
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    A researcher wanted to estimate the average amount of money spent per semester on books by BYU students. An SRS of 100 BYU students were selected. They visited the addresses during the Summer term and had those students who were at home fill out a confidential questionnaire. This procedure is      

MINIMUM PASSING GRADE:  90% Topics Covered: GCF/LCM Ratios, Rates, Proportions This is your REVIEW for your GRADED QUIZ on JUNE 23rd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Questions: 56  |  Attempts: 877   |  Last updated: Jun 20, 2014
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    Which one of the following uses UNITS as a way to describe what you are talking about? 

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Statistics Questions & Answers

What is the median of the following set of numbers? {12,8,13,4,7,6,3,3,15} A. 12 B. 8 C. 7 D. 7.5
7.5First, put the numbers in order from least to greatest. Then pick the number that is in the middle of the newly ordered set. The middle number of the newly ordered set is 7.
What is the difference Between ANOVA and Regression?
Many people are often confused about whether to use ANOVA or regression because they think they are the same. ANOVA means Analysis of Variance. It is applied to variables of different groups to determine if they have a common mean to connect them. It
What kind of a question is this: You ask all 6th graders in your school, "What is your favorite color?"
Statistical because there can be multiply possible awnsers therefor you can find the mean mode median and range. You can find these because there can be multiple different answers so multiple sets of data. So it is statistical.
What are the correct terms for taking of the medication and the growth of hair in the following study? You are conducting a study to see whether a new experimental medication will...
1. The medication is the independent variable, and the hair growth is the dependent variable. The independent variable does not depend on anything else in the experiment. Thus, whether the patient does or does not take the medication is the independ