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Q: If a distribution is abnormally tall and peaked, then is can be said that the distribution is:

(a) :  leptokurtic
(b) :  pyrokurtic
(c) :   platykurtic
(d) :  mesokurtic
(e) :  NONE
Answer:  leptokurtic
Explanation:  

Q: The scale used in statistics which provides the difference of proportions as well as magnitude of differences is considered as

(a) :   satisfactory scale
(b) :   ratio scale
(c) :  goodness scale
(d) :   exponential scale
(e) :  NONE
Answer:   ratio scale
Explanation:  

Q: Generalized conclusion on the basis of a sample is technically known as

(a) :  Statistical inference of external validity of the research
(b) :  Parameter inference
(c) :  Data analysis and interpretation
(d) :  All of the above
(e) :  NONE
Answer:  Statistical inference of external validity of the research
Explanation:  

Q: A good teacher is one who

(a) :  Publishes lot of research papers
(b) :   Reads a lot
(c) :  Teaches well
(d) :  Cooperates well with the principal
(e) :  NONE
Answer:  Teaches well
Explanation:  

Q: The data which have already been collected by some one are called

(a) :  Raw data
(b) :  Array data
(c) :  Secondary data
(d) :   Fictitious data
(e) :  NONE
Answer:  Secondary data
Explanation:  

Q: Which of the following provides a measure of central location for the data?

(a) :  standard deviation
(b) :  mean
(c) :  variance
(d) :  range
(e) :  NONE
Answer:  mean
Explanation:  

Q: Which branch of statistics deals with the techniques that are used to organize, summarize, and present the data:

(a) :   Advanced Statistics
(b) :  Probability Statistics
(c) :  Inferential statistics
(d) :  Descriptive Statistics
(e) :  NONE
Answer:  Descriptive Statistics
Explanation:  

Q: Probability of a sure event is

(a) :  1
(b) :  8
(c) :  0.5
(d) :  NONE
Answer:  1
Explanation:  

Q: In descriptive statistics, we study

(a) :  The description of decision making process
(b) :  The methods for organizing, displaying, and describing data
(c) :  How to describe the probability distribution
(d) :  None of the above
(e) :  NONE
Answer:  The methods for organizing, displaying, and describing data
Explanation:  
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