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## Statistics: Relative Measure of Skewness MCQs Quiz

MCQ: If the first quartile and third quartile are as 20 and 18 respectively with the median of 12 then distribution is skewed to

A) close end tail
B) open end tail
C) lower tail
D) upper tail

MCQ: The first step in constructing the frequency distribution is to

A) select appropriate class intervals
B) determine class intervals
C) determine class limits
D) determine midpoints of classes

MCQ: Considering the moments in standard units, the third alpha with power 2 is equivalent to

A) beta one
B) beta two
C) beta three
D) beta four

MCQ: The distribution which requires inclusion of open ended classes is considered as

A) inclusive distribution
B) midpoint distribution
C) close ended distribution
D) open ended distribution

MCQ: The degree or extent to which the frequency of the observations in data set are concentrated in given frequency distribution is classified as

A) alpha system
B) gamma system
C) beta system
D) kurtosis