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## Statistics: Coefficient of Skewness MCQs

MCQ: The coefficient of skewness method in which the basis of measuring is deciles and percentiles is classified as

A) Gary's coefficient of skewness
B) Sharma's coefficient of skewness
C) Kelly's coefficient of skewness
D) Jack Karl's coefficient of skewness

MCQ: The three times of difference between mean and median is divided by standard deviation to calculate coefficient of skewness by method of

A) Professor Keller
B) Professor Bowley
C) Karl Pearson
D) Professor Kelly

MCQ: The method of calculating coefficient of skewness by Karl Pearson method is useful for the type of distributions that are

A) non concentrated
B) open ended
C) close ended
D) concentrated

MCQ: The distribution whose mode is not well defined and the classes of distribution are open ended uses the coefficient of skewness by

A) Karl Pearson
B) Professor Kelly
C) Professor Keller
D) Professor Bowley

MCQ: The coefficient of skewness by Karl Pearson, Professor Kelly and professor Bowley are considered as

A) relative measure of skewness
B) absolute measure of skewness
C) concentrated measure of skewness
D) directed measure of skewness