Business Statistics MCQs of 45 plus Questions

Business Statistics MCQs deal with Expected Value Of A Constant Is, Title Should Be In ……. Letters, Frequency Is Denoted By, Cumulative Frequency Is ……. Frequency, If The Grouped Data Has Open-End Classes-One Cannot Calculate, The Average Value Of The Lower And Upper Limits Of A Class Is Called, If We Divide The Upper And Lower Limits Of A Particular Class By 2 Then We Get, Grouped Data Is, For Percentiles-The Total Numbers Of Partition Values Are, The Difference Between First And Third Quartile Is Called, Frequency Is Denoted By, Which Of The Following Is True For The Normal Curve, For Ordinal Data Which Of The Following Measures Of Central Tendency Is Use, In A Discrete Probability Distribution Sum Of Probabilities Is, A Discrete Probability Distribution May Be Represented By, Which Of The Following Is Not A Measure Of Location:

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Business Statistics MCQs

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Expected value of a constant is?

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Title should be in ....... letters?

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Frequency is denoted by?

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Cumulative frequency is ....... frequency?

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If the grouped data has open-end classes, one cannot calculate?

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The average value of the lower and upper limits of a class is called?

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If we divide the upper and lower limits of a particular class by 2 then we get?

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Grouped data is?

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For percentiles, the total numbers of partition values are?

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The difference between first and third quartile is called?

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Frequency is denoted by?

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Which of the following is true for the normal curve?

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For ordinal data which of the following measures of central tendency is use?

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In a discrete probability distribution sum of probabilities is?

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A discrete probability distribution may be represented by?

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Which of the following is not a measure of location?

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