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I.

EASY

1. It is a branch of mathematics that deals with the collection, tabulation or presentation,


analysis, and interpretation of numerical or quantitative data.
A. Algebra
B. Geometry
C. Statistics
D. Trigonometry

2. What do you call to the attribute of a population?


A. Data
B. Parameter
C. Sample
D. Variable

3. Who discovered the Gaussian distribution?


A. De Moivre
B. Fermat
C. Leibniz
D. Pascal

4. It is a type of data which are gathered directly from an original source?


A. Primary data
B. Secondary data
C. Qualitative data
D. Quantitative data

5. What do you call to the representative of a population?


A. Element
B. Parameter
C. Sample
D. Variable

6. It is the complete set of all possible observation of elements.


A. Population
B. Sample
C. Sample size
D. Variables

7. It is the scale of measurement which permits the rank ordering of the members of a
group but exact difference are not computed.
A. Nominal Scale
B. Interval Scale
C. Ordinal scale
D. Ratio Scale
8. It is the scale of measurement which have a zero starting point.
A. Nominal Scale
B. Interval Scale
C. Ordinal scale
D. Ratio Scale

9. It is a method of collecting data which are enforced by certain laws.


A. Direct Method
B. Indirect Method
C. Observation Method
D. Registration Method

10. What do you call to the set of observations, values, elements or objects under
consideration?
A. Data
B. Element
C. Scale
D. variable

II. AVERAGE

11. Which of the following is not belong to non-probability sampling?


A. Convenience Sampling
B. Purposive Sampling
C. Quota Sampling
D. Systematic Sampling

12. What uses of statistics where we can determine whether the variable is related or not
to another variable through a test of inference?
A. It can predict the behavior of individuals.
B. It can give a precise description of data.
C. It can be useful to test hypothesis.
D. All of the above.

13. It is the variable which theoretically affects the observed phenomenon but cannot be
seen, measured or manipulated.
A. Continuous Variable
B. Discontinuous Variable
C. Intervening Variable
D. Moderate Variable
A. It is the sampling method in which the selection of each member of population is left
adequately to chance.
A. Direct Selection Method
B. Lottery Sampling Method
C. Stratified Sampling
D. Table of Random Numbers

15. What type of sampling method where it divides the population into group-based on
homogeneity?
A. Cluster Sampling
B. Multi-stage Sampling
C. Random Sampling
D. Stratified Sampling

16. 5kg, 5kg, 8kg, 3kg, 7kg, 10kg. What is the median of the following weight of the
students?
A. 5kg
B. 6 kg
C. 7kg
D. 8kg

17. It can be done by plotting class frequencies against class marks?


A. Frequency Polygon
B. Histogram
C. Ogive
D. Scatter Diagram

18. It is the typical set of a given set of values.


A. Frequency Distribution
B. Frequency Polygon
C. Measures of Central Tendency
D. Normal Distribution

19. It is the most accurate measures of central tendency.


A. Mean
B. Median
C. Modal
D. Mode

20. It is the most widely used practical device effective in showing the trend of a period.
A. Bar Graph
B. Line Graph
C. Scatter Diagram
D. Statistical Maps
A. III. DIFFICULT

21. Which of the following is an example of nominal scale of measurement?


A. Civil status.
B. Age of student.
C. Time of first class.
D. Class standing in a particular section.

22. All are considered as uses of statistics, EXCEPT:


A. It can measure the intelligence of individuals.
B. It can predict the behavior of individuals.
C. It can give a precise description of data.
D. It can be useful to test hypothesis.

23. Independent variable; predictor variable : Dependent variable;___________?


A. Constant variable
B. Criterion variable
C. Standard variable
D. Sustained variable

24. Which of the following is NOT an example of secondary data?


A. Autobiographies
B. Biographies
C. Magazines
D. Published books

25. Which is TRUE about descriptive statistics?


A. It demands a higher level of critical judgment.
B. It deals with collecting and summarizing data.
C. It uses only a small portion of the total set of data.
D. It aims to give information about a large group of data.

26. Which of the following is the correct sequence of data gathering?


A. Analysis, collection, interpretation, tabulation.
B. Tabulation, interpretation, collection, analysis
C. Collection, tabulation, analysis, interpretation.
D. Collection, analysis, interpretation, tabulation.

27. Some mathematicians have considered the request of the gamblers to provide
optimum techniques for games of chance for the purpose of having more wins. Which is
of the following is NOT belong to them?
A. Cardano
B. Fermat
C. Leibniz
D. Pascal
28. Which of the following mathematicians is the greatest contributor of statistics to
social sciences?
A. Adolph Quetelet
B. De Moivre
C. Francis Galton
D. William Gosset

29. Which of the following is an example of ratio scale of measurement?


A. IQ Scores
B. Speed of a car
C. Subject evaluation: poor, acceptable good30.
D. Class category; freshman, sophomore, junior, senior

30. Which of the following is an example of interval scale of measurement?


A. IQ Scores
B. Speed of a car
C. Subject evaluation: poor, acceptable good30.
D. Class category; freshman, sophomore, junior, senior