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Which of the following indicates the strongest correlation ?"
Selected Answer : . 75
Question 2
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Which of the following fall ('s ) at a z- score of 0. 0 in a normal distribution ?*
Selected Answer : Mean , media and made*
Question 3`
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Assume that a set of 90 normally distributed test scores has a mean of 70 and a standard deviation of 10 . Which of the following represents the highest degree of relative performance ?"
Selected Answer: A raw score of 67
Question &
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A T- score of 35 would be the same as a z - score of
Selected Answer : 3.5
Question 5
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The median is a paint on the scale that divides the *
Selected Answer : number of scores in halves .
Question 5
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In a normal distribution , approximately what percentage of scores lies between T-scores of 40 - 20 ?
Selected Answer : $ $`
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For making predictions , a test that yields a large negative correlation is :`
Selected Answer : as useful as one with the same sized positive correlation .*
Question &
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Eliminating scores near the middle of a distribution cannot affect this statistic
Selected Answer : the item refers to the median .
Question S
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The score that is duplicated ( repeated ; the largest number of times in a set of scores is the:"
Selected Answer : mode .
Question 10
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With which term is the mean synonymous ?"
Selected Answer : Average...

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