test review chap 1,2,3,4,5 with answers qms102

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Department
Quantitative Methods
Course
QMS 102
Professor
Jason Chan
Semester
Fall

Description
For Questions 1 to 9 refer to the following informationThe BoxandWhisker plots show the results of the quiz and test for QMS102 in Fall2010Question 1Calculate the mode for the quiz result of QMS102 in Fall2010Question 2Describe the distribution for the test result of QMS102 in Fall 2010A Normally distributedB Negatively skewedC Positively skewed D No skewnessE Symmetrical1Question 3Select the most appropriate measure of centre tendency to describe the quiz resultA mean B medianC mode D standard deviation E interquartile rangeQuestion 4Select the most appropriate measure of centre tendency to describe the test resultA mean B medianC mode D standard deviation E interquartile rangeQuestion 5Select the most appropriate measure of variability to describe the quiz resultAmeanB median C interquartile range D standard deviation E varianceQuestion 6Select the most appropriate measure of variability to describe the test resultA mean B medianC interquartile rangeD standard deviationE varianceQuestion 7Compute the standard deviation for the quiz result based on the boxandwhisker plotA 23456 B34762C52932 D57773E Cannot be computedQuestion 8Can we calculate the interquartile range for the test result based on the boxandwhisker plotA YesB NoFor Questions 9 to 16 refer to the following informationThe following information is regarding the final exam result for QMS102 in Fall 2010Minimum 9First Quartile37Second Quartile 51Interquartile Range28Mean51Range842
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