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Average Deviation Measures Quiz

MCQ: The mean absolute deviation is 5 and the arithmetic mean is 110 then coefficient of mean absolute deviation is

  1. 1.054
  2. 0.045
  3. 0.054
  4. 0.064

B

Poisson Distribution Quiz

MCQ: In the Poisson probability distribution, if the value of λ is integer then the distribution will be

  1. bimodal
  2. unimodal
  3. positive modal
  4. negative modal

A

Calculating Moments Quiz

MCQ: The moment about population mean which is expressed in standard units is denoted by

  1. Latin letter beta
  2. Greek letter gamma
  3. Greek letter alpha
  4. Greek letter beta

C

Binomial Distribution Quiz

MCQ: The mean of binomial probability distribution is 857.6 and the probability is 64% then the number of values of binomial distribution

  1. 1040
  2. 1340
  3. 1240
  4. 1140

B

Calculating Moments Quiz

MCQ: The convenient summarizing method which is used to describe the population characteristics rather than explaining samples of that population is classified as

  1. unstable moments
  2. stable moments
  3. lower moments
  4. higher moments

D