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Quiz 1 :
Introduction to Statistics
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Quiz 1 :
Introduction to Statistics
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Which of the following is more likely to be true?
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Why do we have many kinds of statistics?
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What are most statistics primarily designed for?
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Which of the following best describes the concept of "variance"?
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Foundation concepts underlying the reason for,and the use of,statistics are:
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Accuracy:
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There are two basic types of variance.They are:
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There are three general types of statistics.Which of the following is NOT one of those?
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A constant is best characterized as:
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Before taking a statistics course,everyone has already used statistics.Which of these is (are)an example of these statistics?
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Chapter 1 in your textbook focuses on:
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A "good" statistic is characterized by which of the following?
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The power of a statistic refers to
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The robustness of a statistic refers to
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The two basic reasons for variance are
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Statistics are merely ways to make sense of and understand quantitative information.
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The related concepts of variance and error are the backbone of statistics.
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Any two identical measurements are sufficient to identify a constant.
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Estimates of error will always have error in them.
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The different statistics we use to tell us about variance and error have different capabilities,particularly in regard to their accuracy and ability to withstand problems in the data.
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A constant is a variable that always demonstrates a relationship with another variable.
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Predictive statistics measure the strength of a relationship.
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Inferential statistics are used to establish the accuracy of measurement.
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Descriptive statistics are designed to describe statistical significance of a relationship.
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