Quiz3 - Post-Lecture, Question 1 The central tendency or...

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Post-Lecture, Question 1 The central tendency or center of a set of data may be described by its ________. A. range B. variance C. mean D. correlation Post-Lecture, Question 2 The median of a set of numerical data is the ________. A. largest number in the data set B. middle value in the ordered set of data C. smallest number in the data set D. most frequently occurring number in the data set Post-Lecture, Question 3 The second quartile of a data set is always equal to its ________. A. mean B. mode C. median D. Range Post-Lecture, Question 4 For the data set containing five numbers, 24, 15, 19, 26, and 11, range is ________. A. 18 B. 14 C. 19 D. 15 Post-Lecture, Question 5 For a set of data that are distributed in a bell or mound shape, approximately what percentage of values will lie between the mean and two standard deviations? A. 85% B. 99.7% C. 68% D. 95% Quiz 3
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Post-Lecture, Question 6 Compared to the formula for determining the population variance, the formula for determining the sample variance is ________. A.
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