Q57 Q57 Q57

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case fatality rates
f.nominal data
b.mortality rates
g.ordinal data
c.morbidity rates
h.interval data
d.discrete data
i.categorical data
e.continuous data
-the specific values are distinct and separate and points between these values are not considered valid

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Q58 Q58 Q58

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case fatality rates
f.nominal data
b.mortality rates
g.ordinal data
c.morbidity rates
h.interval data
d.discrete data
i.categorical data
e.continuous data
-data set which is both ordered and constant but contains no natural zero as a point of reference

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Q59 Q59 Q59

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case fatality rates
f.nominal data
b.mortality rates
g.ordinal data
c.morbidity rates
h.interval data
d.discrete data
i.categorical data
e.continuous data
-data set which is ordered by the differences between the values are not important

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Q60 Q60 Q60

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case fatality rates
f.nominal data
b.mortality rates
g.ordinal data
c.morbidity rates
h.interval data
d.discrete data
i.categorical data
e.continuous data
-data set which classifies values but does not require a logical ordering of those values

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Q61 Q61 Q61

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case fatality rates
f.nominal data
b.mortality rates
g.ordinal data
c.morbidity rates
h.interval data
d.discrete data
i.categorical data
e.continuous data
-set of data in which the values belonging to the set can be sorted according to logical categories and each category does not overlap into another category

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Q63 Q63 Q63

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case mix
f.Type II error
b.productivity
g.trend chart
c.labor analysis
h.process capability analysis
d.control chart
i.Pareto Principle
e.Type I error
-refers to the activity and business of determining if a work area has enough staff, too many staff, or if they are working under a staffing shortage

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Q64 Q64 Q64

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case mix
f.Type II error
b.productivity
g.trend chart
c.labor analysis
h.process capability analysis
d.control chart
i.Pareto Principle
e.Type I error
-graph with statistically generated upper and lower control limits used to measure key processes over time

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Q65 Q65 Q65

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case mix
f.Type II error
b.productivity
g.trend chart
c.labor analysis
h.process capability analysis
d.control chart
i.Pareto Principle
e.Type I error
-occurs when a sample point falls outside the upper or lower control limits, but there is no special cause to explain it

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Q67 Q67 Q67

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case mix
f.Type II error
b.productivity
g.trend chart
c.labor analysis
h.process capability analysis
d.control chart
i.Pareto Principle
e.Type I error
-indicates that a special cause exists, but the sampling is not sensitive enough to discover it, so it remains unnoticed

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Q68 Q68 Q68

Match the term with its descriptor.
a.case mix
f.Type II error
b.productivity
g.trend chart
c.labor analysis
h.process capability analysis
d.control chart
i.Pareto Principle
e.Type I error
-graphical presentation of data which shows patterns or shifts according to time

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