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MCQ 13.1

MCQ 13.4

purpose of testing is called:

basis of a sample is called:

(a) Hypothesis

(d) Test-statistic

test.

parameters, so we can test a sample within those

parameters.

MCQ 13.2

Any hypothesis which is tested for the purpose of

rejection under the assumption that it is true is

called:

MCQ 13.5

order to prove the alternative hypothesis.

population parameter

MCQ 13.3

MCQ 13.6

parameter is called:

provide sufficient evidence that the null

hypothesis is false is called:

called:

parameters so we try to approximate it.

The alternative hypothesis is the one that we want

prove

parameter in the statement

MCQ 13.11

MCQ 13.7

(a) Simple

(b) Composite

the outcome of an experiment.

(c) Null

MCQ 13.8

hypothesis based on the information used in the

statement.

parameter is called:

(a) Simple hypothesis

(b) Composite hypothesis

(c) Statistical hypothesis

(d) None of the above

MCQ 13.12

The probability of rejecting the null hypothesis

when it is true is called:

(a) Level of confidence

(b) Level of significance

samples.

MCQ 13.9

The hypothesis 10 is a:

critical value.

(b) Composite hypothesis

(c) Alternative hypothesis

(d) Difficult to tell.

MCQ 13.13

The dividing point between the region where the

null hypothesis is rejected and the region where it

is not rejected is said to be:

must have more information.

MCQ 13.10

distribution is called:

acceptance and rejection.

MCQ 13.14

sides of the sampling distribution of test-statistic,

the test is called:

hypothesis, the value that we want to test is on the

left side.

MCQ 13.18

We use two tail when our null hypothesis states an (b) Left-tailed test

equality.

(c) Right-tailed test

MCQ 13.15

(d) Neither (a), (b) and (c)

The choice of one-tailed test and two-tailed test

depends upon:

the experimental value in both sides.

MCQ 13.19

(c) None of these

a null hypothesis is called:

(a) Test-statistic

its the one that we want to succeed.

MCQ 13.16

leads to:

know if our approximation is correct.

MCQ 13.20

(a) 0 to 1

(b) -1 to +1

be beyond the critical value on the right side.

(c) 0 to

MCQ 13.17

Test of hypothesis Ho: = 20 against H1: < 20

leads to:

(d) - to +

The tails never touch the x vertex.

MCQ 13.21

(a) 0 to

(b) 0 to 1

(c) - to +

(d) -1 to +1

the Z.

correct.

MCQ 13.22

MCQ 13.26

1 is also called:

(b) Type-II error

(c) Standard error

(d) Sampling error

(b) Power of the test

(c) Size of the test

(d) Level of significance

level of significance.

MCQ 13.23

MCQ 13.27

error is:

(a)

(b) Type-II error

(b)

(c) 1

(d) 1

MCQ 13.24

MCQ 13.28

example of:

(b) Size of

(c) Test-statistic

want to achieve.

accept something wrong as correct.

(a) Size of

MCQ 13.29

MCQ 13.25

example of:

(a)

(b) 1 -

hypothesis.

significance must lie between 0 and 1.

MCQ 13.30

MCQ 13.34

statistic lies in the:

(b) Acceptance region

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

(b) Rejection region

(c) Confidence region

(d) Statistical region

infinite.

MCQ 13.31

MCQ 13.35

called:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(c) Level of confidence

()

(d)

error of the statistics.

it refers to the probability the test correctly rejects the

null hypothesis.

MCQ 13.32

MCQ 13.36

(a) Power of the test

(b) Size of the test

(c) Level of confidence

(d) Confidence coefficient

The size of the test tells us how big is going to be the

rejection area.

MCQ 13.33

Level of significance lies between:

(a) -1 and +1

(b) 0 and 1

(c) 0 and n

(d) - to +

(a) Type-I error

(b) Type-II error

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) Neither (a) and (b)

Because as we reject Ho when its false we assure to

prove correct Ha.

MCQ 13.37

In testing hypothesis + is always equal to:

(a) One

(b) Zero

(c) Two

(d) Difficult to tell

MCQ 13.42

MCQ 13.38

when sample size is:

(a) Rejecting Ho when Ho is correct

(b) Rejecting Ho when H1 is correct

(c) Rejecting H1 when H1 is correct

(d) Accepting Ho when Ho is correct.

As the significance level goes narrower, the probability

of having the first type of error increases.

MCQ 13.39

An example in a two-sided alternative hypothesis is:

(a) Decreased

(b) Increased

(c) Constant

(d) Both (a) and (b)

As we get more data, we can get closer to the

parameters.

MCQ 13.43

The equality condition always appears in:

(c) H1: 0

(d) H1: 0

tested.

MCQ 13.44

MCQ 13.40

tabulated value of t and H1 is two-sided, we should:

(a) Reject Ho

(b) Accept H1

(c) Not reject Ho

(d) Difficult to tell

(c) Simple hypothesis

(d) Composite hypothesis

If the null hypothesis is always is presented as the

equality, the alternative hypothesis must the contrary.

region.

MCQ 13.45

MCQ 13.41

(a) o

(b) o

(c) = o

(d) o

(d) Proves that 0

In fact, we dont really know if its true, we only know

that Ha is false. If we want to prove otherwise we

would have to test Ha and Ho the other way around.

partitionate the parameter space.

MCQ 13.46

P (Type I error) is equal to:

(a) 1

MCQ 13.51

(b) 1

(c)

(d)

the type one error.

MCQ 13.47

P (Type II error) is equal to:

(a)

(b)

(c) 1

(d) 1

MCQ 13.48

The power of the test is equal to:

(a)

(b)

If the variance known, we should use Z.

MCQ 13.52

Students t-statistic is applicable in case of:

(a) Equal number of samples

(b) Unequal number of samples

(c) Small samples

(d) All of the above

We must use t-statistics when the n is very low.

MCQ 13.53

(c) 1

two samples are:

(d) 1

when its false.

(b) Paired

MCQ 13.49

The degree of confidence is equal to:

(a)

(c) Correlation

(d) All of the above

MCQ 13.54

(b)

pairs of observations is:

(c) 1

(a) 2n - 1

(d) 1

(b) n - 2

MCQ 13.50

(c) 2(n - 1)

/ 2 is called:

(d) n 1

v= n-1

MCQ 13.55

(a) n

level must be shared between the two critical values.

(b) n - 1

(c) n - 2

(d) n1 + n2 2

root squared.

v = n-1

MCQ 13.56

In an unpaired samples t-test with sample sizes n1= 11

and n2= 11, the value of tabulated t should be obtained

for:

MCQ 13.60

Students t-distribution has (n-1) d.f. when all the n

observations in the sample are:

(a) Dependent

(b) Independent

(c) Maximum

(d) Minimum

MCQ 13.61

called:

MCQ 13.57

In analyzing the results of an experiment involving

seven paired samples, tabulated t should be obtained

for:

(a) 13 degrees of freedom

(b) 6 degrees of freedom

(c) 12 degrees of freedom

(d) 14 degrees of freedom

v=n-1=7-1=6

MCQ 13.58

The mean difference between 16 paired observations is

25 and the standard deviation of differences is 10. The

value of statistic-t is:

(a) 4

(b) 10

(c) 16

(d) 25

MCQ 13.59

Statistic-t is defined as deviation of sample mean from

population mean expressed in terms of:

(a) Standard deviation

(b) Standard error

(c) Coefficient of standard deviation

(a) Test-statistic

(b) Degree of freedom

(c) Level of significance

(d) Level of confidence

The degree of freedom is v=n-1

MCQ 13.62

The purpose of statistical inference is:

(a) To collect sample data and use them to formulate

hypotheses about a population

(b) To draw conclusion about populations and then

collect sample data to support the conclusions

(c) To draw conclusions about populations from

sample data

(d) To draw conclusions about the known value of

population parameter

We can estimate the parameters from the sample data.

MCQ 13.63

Suppose that the null hypothesis is true and it is

rejected, is known as:

(a) A type-I error, and its probability is

(b) A type-I error, and its probability is

(c) A type-II error, and its probability is

Its alfa because it correponds to he first error.

MCQ 13.64

An advertising agency wants to test the hypothesis that

the proportion of adults in Pakistan who read a Sunday

Magazine is 25 percent. The null hypothesis is that the

proportion reading the Sunday Magazine is:

freedom

When two populations are normal, the difference

between them is also going to be normal.

MCQ 13.67

If the population proportion equals po, then is

distributed:

freedom

As the alternative hypothesis never carries the equality,

the null must be equal to 25%.

If the variance is unknown, we could use t.

MCQ 13.65

MCQ 13.68

distributed:

mean is tested by:

non-normal

(a) t-test

large

(c) 2-test

normal

(d) As the t-distribution with v = n - 1 degrees of

freedom

According to the central limit theorem, if any sample is

big enough it would be destributed normal.

(b) Z-test

(d) F-test

If unknown we use t.

MCQ 13.69

Given o = 130, = 150, = 25 and n = 4; what test

statistics is appropriate?

(a) t

MCQ 13.66

(b) Z

distributed:

(c) 2

independent and less than 30

populations are normal

(c) As both

(a) and

(b) state

(d) F

MCQ 13.70

Given Ho: = o, H1: o, = 0.05 and we reject

Ho; the absolute value of the Z-statistic must have

equaled or been beyond what value?

(a) 1.96

(b) 1.65

(c) 2.58

(d) 2.33

z(alfa/2)=t(.025)=2.58

MCQ 13.71

If 1 and 2 are not identical, then standard error of

the difference of proportions (1 2 ) is:

=

MCQ 13.72

Under the hypothesis 0 : 1 = 2 , the formula for the

standard error of the difference between proportions

(1 2 ) is:

1 1

= ( + )

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