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STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY FINALS

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30 questions
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  • Q1
    It is the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
    Sample Point
    Sample Space
    Probability
    Experiment
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  • Q2
    To identify if the year is a leap year, the year itself should be divisible by 4.
    Certain
    Unlikely
    Impossible
    Likely
    60s
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  • Q3
    It is a chance or a number between 0 and 1 inclusive associated with the likelihood of occurrence of a given event.
    Sample Point
    Probability
    Experiment
    Sample Space
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  • Q4
    Consist of Values of random variables assumed and its corresponding probabilities.
    Continuous variable
    Random Variables
    Probability Distribution
    Discrete variable
    60s
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  • Q5
    A numerical quantity that is generated by a random experiment and usually denoted as x.
    Continuous variable
    Probability Distribution
    Discrete variable
    Random Variables
    60s
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  • Q6
    The universe or "totality of items or things" under consideration is called.
    Population
    Statistic
    Sample
    Parameter
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  • Q7
    The portion of the universe that has been selected for analysis is called
    Statistic
    Sample
    Population
    Parameter
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  • Q8
    A continuous, symmetric, bell-shaped distribution of a variable.
    Skewed to the Left
    Normal Distribution
    Skewed to the Right
    Scattered Distribution
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  • Q9
    The standard normal distribution
    cannot be used to approximate discrete probability distributions.
    has a mean of zero (0) and a standard deviation of 1.
    has a mean of 1 and a variance of zero (0).
    has an area equal to 0.5.
    60s
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  • Q10
    Which of the following is NOT a property of normal distribution?
    The normal distribution is discrete.
    The total area under normal distribution curve is 1.00 or 100%
    The normal curve is asymptotic.
    The normal distribution is unimodal.
    60s
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  • Q11
    A normal distribution can be converted into a standard normal distribution by obtaining what?
    z - value
    Standard Deviation
    X - particular value
    Mean
    30s
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  • Q12
    If the z value is equal to 0.3770, then the value falls under what z score?
    1.16
    0.18
    0.81
    1.47
    60s
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  • Q13
    Number of persons in a family.
    Continuous
    Discrete
    60s
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  • Q14
    Weight of employees in a call center company.
    Discrete
    Continuous
    60s
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  • Q15
    Water temperature of ten rivers in the Philippines on a given day.
    Continuous
    Discrete
    60s
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  • Q16
    Number of online purchases made in a week.
    Discrete
    Continuous
    60s
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  • Q17
    Capacity (in gallons) of five reservoirs in the Philippines.
    Discrete
    Continuous
    60s
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  • Q18
    Amount of money spent on lunch in a month.
    Discrete
    Continuous
    60s
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  • Q19
    Amount of time spent surfing the internet per week.
    Discrete
    Continuous
    60s
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  • Q20
    Without the use of any sophisticating device and relying only on past experiences, an expectant mother could assign as sex for her unborn child. This situation is an example of Subjective Probability.
    FALSE
    TRUE
    30s
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