BUS 308 Week 1 Quiz
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1.         Question :       Data on the city from which members of a board of directors come represent interval data.

 2.        Question :       Inferential statistics infer the characteristics of samples.

 3.        Question :       The mode is which of the following?

 4.        Question :       The standard error of the mean can be calculated by dividing μ by the square root of the number of values in the distribution.

 5.        Question :       If a certifying agency raises the requirements for real estate agents, what sort of decision error is the agency protecting against?

 6.        Question :       Which of the following defines statistical significance?

 7.        Question :       In a frequency distribution such as a bell-shaped curve, what does the vertical height of the curve indicate?

 8.        Question :       Which of the following is a provision of the central limit theorem?

 9.        Question :       In statistical notation, M is to μ as s is to σ.

 10.         Question :           Technically, “statistic” refers to which?

 

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