Statistics_ Quiz 4

Statistics_ Quiz 4 - Assessment Statistics: Quiz 4

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https://oak.vanderbilt.edu/webapps/assessment/stats/stats.jsp?outcome_defini. .. 1 of 5 3/20/08 10:37 AM 2008.01.SPR.AS.EES.100.01 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY > CONTROL PANEL > GRADEBOOK > ITEM OPTIONS > ASSESSMENT STATISTICS: QUIZ 4 Assessment Statistics: Quiz 4 The statistics are calculated based only on the attempts being used in the grading option (Last attempt, First attempt, Lowest Score, Highest Score, or Average of Scores). If Average of Scores is the grading option, then all attempts are included in the statistics. Name Quiz 4 Average Score 8.27 Attempts 74 (Total of 74 attempts for this assessment) Graded Attempts 74 Attempts Needing Grading 0 Instructions Pick the most appropriate answer from those provided. Be sure the quiz is properly submitted when you have completed it. Please Note! Submission implies adherence to the Honor Code. Question 1 True/False Average Score 0.36 points An earthquake of Richter magnitude 8.5 releases over 1000 times more energy than one of magnitude 6.5. Correct Answers Percent Answered True 72.973% False 27.027% Unanswered 0% Question 2 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.49 points The modified Mercalli scale, used as in alternative to the familiar Richter scale in many countries, is an expression of an earthquake's Correct Answers Percent Answered frequency. 0% magnitude. 1.351% duration. 0% intensity. 98.649% displacement. 0% Unanswered 0% Question 3 Multiple Choice Average Score 0.34 points The process of partial (fractional) melting Correct Answers Percent Answered produces magmas and lavas that are increasingly enriched in silica. 22.973% produces continental crust from recycled oceanic crust. 0% produces rocks that are less dense than their parents. 4.054% produces mafic magmas from ultramafic mantle rock. 4.054% all of these answers are correct. 68.919% Unanswered 0% Question 4 True/False Average Score 0.47 points The injuries sustained by Stanley Williams and his colleagues on Galeras were the result of rapidly moving lava flows that the scientists were unable to avoid or outrun. Correct
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