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8/9/2020 Basics of Statistics: PGPBABI.O.OCT19 Statistical Methods for Decision Making - Great Learning 1/10 Go Back to PGPBABI.O.OCT19 Statistical Methods for Decision Making Course Content Basics of Statistics Type : Practice Quiz Questions : 20 Scoring Policy : Highest Score Your Score : 3.00/20 Instructions Attempt History Date Attempt Marks RETAKE Question No: 1 Correct Answer Marks: 1/1 A questionnaire asks respondents to rate a restaurant on a 5 point scale ranging from “VerySatisfied” to “Very Dissatisfied.” The data generated is an example of: Question No: 2Primary DataYou SelectedSecondary Data Incorrect Answer Marks: 0/1 Aug 09, 9:35 AM 1 3 Hide answers
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8/9/2020 Basics of Statistics: PGPBABI.O.OCT19 Statistical Methods for Decision Making - Great Learning 2/10 A questionnaire asks respondents to rate a restaurant on a 5 point scale ranging from “VerySatisfied” to “Very Dissatisfied.” The data generated is an example of: Question No: 3 A student obtains the following scores in his annual exam: 80, 88, 76, 86, 80, 84. His modalscore is: Question No: 4 Incorrect Answer Marks: 0/1 A student obtains the following scores in his annual exam: 80, 88, 76, 86, 80, 84. His medianscore is: 80 You Selected 82 84 Can not be computed
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8/9/2020 Basics of Statistics: PGPBABI.O.OCT19 Statistical Methods for Decision Making - Great Learning 3/10 Question No: 5 Correct Answer Marks: 1/1 A and B are two events with P(A)=0.7 and P(B)=0.5. Is it possible that A and B are mutuallydisjoint? Question No: 6 Incorrect Answer Marks: 0/1
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