RES/341 WEEK 4 QIUZ

1. A population is:

a. An element from which the data is collected.

b. A complete set of units of analysis under study.

c. A subset of units of analysis from a sample.

d. A physical representation of sampling units.

2. A sample is:

a. A unit from which the data is collected.

b. The complete set of units of analysis under study.

c. A physical representation of sampling units.

d. A subset of units of analysis from a population.

3. The levels of measurement are:

a. Nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio.

b. Binomial, multinomial, normal.

c. T-test, z-test, chi-square, and F-test.

d. None of the above.

4. Examples of ratio measurement are:

a. Counts of physical objects.

b. Sales and costs.

c. Sales, costs, and counts of physical objects.

d. None of the above.

5. Which of the following is an example of nominal measurement?

a. Degrees on a thermometer

b. Ranking of different size apples

c. Sales dollars

d. Numbers on baseball players

6. Suppose the probability you will get a grade of A in this class is 0.25 and the probability you will get a B is 0.50. What is the probability your grade will be above C?

a. 0.125

b. 0.75

c. 0.075

d. 0.625

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