10 questions

- 1. Multiple Choice
What is Statistics?

a) Relevant information

b) Involves scientific procedures and methods

c) decision making process

d) data are generated

- 2. Multiple Choice
Types of Statistics are:

a) marketing and accounting

b) descriptive and inferential statistic

c) primary and secondary

d) quantitative and qualitative

- 3. Multiple Choice
Inferential statistics is....

a) a techniques to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization.

b) making generalization about population by analyzing the sample.

c) is a techniques to implement a strategic plan.

d) is a good representation of a population

- 4. Multiple Choice
Sample is different from population because...

a) a set of items selected from the population

b) a complete set

c) a measuring variable for every unit in the population

d) a study done before the actual framework

- 5. Multiple Choice
Example of quantitative data ..

a) color of eyes

b) numbers of chairs

c) types of glasses

d) marital status

- 6. Multiple Choice
Primary data..

a) second hand data

b) first hand information

c) data from other parties

d) annual report

- 7. Multiple Choice
A lecturer wants to know how students in the class did on their first semester final exam. He asks 15 students by calling their name from the class attendance list to state their CGPA result. He concludes from their report that the class did extremely well. What is the sample?

Students in the first semester

Staff and students at POLIMAS

Students of all semesters

15 students in the first semester

- 8. Multiple Choice
Which of the following statements are true?

I. All variable can be classified as quantitative or categorical variables.

II. Categorical variables can be continuous variable.

III. Quantitative variables can be discrete variables.

i only

ii only

iii only

i and iii

i and ii

- 9. Multiple Choice
Descriptive statistics

use data from a sample to answer questions about population.

allow you to generalize beyond the data at hand.

summarize and describe data

**.** - 10. Multiple Choice
Our data come from_____ , but we really care most about____.

theories; mathematical models

subjective methods; objective methods

samples; populations

populations; samples

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