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MCQ: The types of descriptive measures includes

  1. measures of skewness
  2. measures of dispersion
  3. measures of central tendency
  4. all of above


MCQ: If the central tendency is found by using whole population as input data then this is classified as

  1. sample statistic
  2. population statistic
  3. population tendency
  4. population parameters


MCQ: The measure which describes the detailed characteristic of whole data set is classified as

  1. average or central value
  2. positive skewed value
  3. negative skewed value
  4. positive extended value


MCQ: The extent to which the values are dispersed around the central observation is considered as

  1. trailing
  2. variation
  3. extension
  4. centralized valuation


MCQ: The method used to compute average or central value of the collected data is considered as

  1. measures of positive variation
  2. measures of central tendency
  3. measures of negative skewness
  4. measures of negative variation