1. A continuous random variable is a random variable that can:
A) assume only a countable set of values
B) assume any value in one or more intervals
C) have no random sample
D) assume no continuous random frequency
Ans: B
2. The relative frequency density
Chapter "12"
True/False Questions with justification and using graphs if possible:
1.Other things being equal, an increase in government borrowing is likely
to increase interest rates. (T)
2.Long-term state and Local debt financing can be justified on the
1. A statistical experiment is a process that, when performed:
A) results in one and only one of two observations
B) results in at least two of many observations
C) may not lead to the occurrence of any outcome
D) results in one and only one of many obser
CHAPTER 1
1.Under descriptive statistics, we study
A)
the description of decision making tricks
B)
the methods for organizing, displaying, and describing data
C)
how to describe the probability distribution
D)
samples to assist in decision making
Ans: B D
Test bank- Public finance
2016
TEST BANK-12
TRUE/FALSE
1. Other things being equal, an increase in government borrowing is likely to
increase interest rates.
2. Long-term state and local debt financing can be justified on the base of benefit
principle.
3.
Chapter 6
Continuous Random Variables and the
Normal Distribution
Section 6.1
6.1
The probability distribution of a discrete
random variable assigns probabilities to
points while that of a continuous random
variable assigns probabilities to intervals.
6.2
Chapter 5
Discrete Random Variables and Their
Probability Distributions
Section 5.1
Section 5.2
5.1
5.6
The probability distribution of a discrete
random variable lists all the possible values
that the random variable can assume and
their corresponding pr
CHAPTER 1
1.Under descriptive statistics, we study
A)
the description of decision making tricks
B)
the methods for organizing, displaying, and describing data
C)
how to describe the probability distribution
D)
samples to assist in decision making
Ans: B D
1. A statistical experiment is a process that, when performed:
A) results in one and only one of two observations
B) results in at least two of many observations
C) may not lead to the occurrence of any outcome
D) results in one and only one of many obser
1. A random variable is a variable whose value is determined by the:
A) outcome of a random experiment
C) random space
B) random population
D) random subjective probability
Ans: A
2. A discrete random variable is a random variable:
A) that can assume any
CHAPTER 1
1.Under descriptive statistics, we study
A)
the description of decision making tricks
B)
the methods for organizing, displaying, and describing data
C)
how to describe the probability distribution
D)
samples to assist in decision making
Ans: B D
Universidad Autnoma de Nuevo Len
Facultad de Contadura Pblica y Administracin
International Business Program
EVIDENCE #3
Professor:
M.N.I Jorge Eugenio Ros Gonzlez
Group: 2Ai
Team:
Daniela Rene Jimnez Rodrguez 1616086
Mariana Joy Garza Flores
1636538
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