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MBA Business Statistics Practice Test 15

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Experiments Counting Rules and Assigning Probabilities Questions and Answers : Quiz 15

MCQ 71:

A coin is tossed 3 times, what is the probability that at least one head will occur?

1. 1 ⁄ 8
2. 2 ⁄ 8
3. 7 ⁄ 8
4. 8 ⁄ 8
MCQ 72:

In the regression model, the error term and independent variable have

1. High covariance
2. Low covariance
3. Zero covariance
4. Undefined
MCQ 73:

The process of removing seasonality of data in forecasting of seasonal fluctuations is known to be

1. Nonlinearization
2. By-seasonalization
3. De-seasonalization
4. Nonseasonalization
MCQ 74:

A distribution of sum of k independent normal random variables and k degree of freedom is known to be

1. T-distribution
2. F-distribution
3. Z-distribution
4. Chi-square distribution
MCQ 75:

Increase in the number of structural break results in

1. Increase in number of equations
2. Decrease in number of equations
3. Increase in number of parameters
4. Decrease in number of parameters