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A : a. 48

B : b. 12

C : c. 24

D : d. 72

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A : a. 7.08

B : b. 9.08

C : c. 10.2

D : d. 11.2

### The sum of all the squared deviations is divided by the total number of observations to calculate

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A : a. population deviation

B : b. population variance

C : c. sample deviation

D : d. sample variance

### For the recorded observation, the ratios measured by absolute variation are considered as

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A : a. non-relative measures

B : b. relative measures

C : c. high uniform measures

D : d. low uniform measures

### If the arithmetic mean is multiplied to coefficient of variation then the resulting value is classified as

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A : a. coefficient of deviation

B : b. coefficient of mean

C : c. standard deviation

D : d. variance

### If the arithmetic mean is considered as average of deviations then resultant measure is considered as

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A : a. close end deviation

B : b. mean absolute deviation

C : c. mean deviation

D : d. variance deviation

### If the positive square root is taken of population variance then the calculated measure is transformed into

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A : a. standard root

B : b. standard deviation

C : c. standard variance

D : d. sample variance

### The examples of applications of range in real world includes

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A : a. weather forecasts

B : b. quality control

C : c. fluctuation in share prices

D : d. all of above

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A : a. L+L?H+H

B : b. H+H?L+L

C : c. H-L?H+L

D : d. H+l?H-L

### In a set of observations, the amount of variation can be shown in the form of figures with the help of

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A : a. absolute measures

B : b. uniform measures

C : c. non-uniform measures

D : d. exploratory measures

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A : a. 21

B : b. 31

C : c. 11

D : d. 41

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A : a. 15

B : b. 25

C : c. 4

D : d. 35

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A : a. 47.41%

B : b. 57.41%

C : c. 67.41%

D : d. 77.41%

### The variability which is defined as the difference between third and first quartile is considered as

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A : a. quartile range

B : b. deciles range

C : c. percentile range

D : d. inter quartile range

### The mean of squared deviations which is calculated from arithmetic mean is called

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A : a. mean square average

B : b. standard square average

C : c. population average

D : d. sample square average

### The measure of distance which is greatly influenced by extreme values in data is considered as

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A : a. range

B : b. average

C : c. positive uniformity

D : d. negative uniformity

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A : a. 1.054

B : b. 0.045

C : c. 0.054

D : d. 0.064

### The number of patients who visited the cardiologists are as 63, 57, 51, 65 in four days then the absolute mean deviation (approximately) is

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A : a. 8 patents

B : b. 4 patients

C : c. 10 patients

D : d. 15 patients

### In terms of dispersion difference, the measurement of dispersion for available data is classified as

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A : a. average measures

B : b. distance measures

C : c. average deviation measures

D : d. availability measures

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A : a. 83.75%

B : b. 93.75%

C : c. 95%

D : d. 98.75%