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**Business Statistics (ECOE 1302)
**

Spring Semester 2011 Chapter 3 - Numerical Descriptive Measures Solutions

Instructors: Dr. Samir Safi Mr. Ibrahim Abed

1. Which of the following statistics is not a measure of central tendency? a) Arithmetic mean. b) Median. c) Mode. d) Q3. 2. Which of the arithmetic mean, median, and mode are resistant measures of central tendency? a) The arithmetic mean and median only. b) The median and mode only. c) The mode and arithmetic mean only. d) All the three are resistant measures. 3. Which of the following statements about the median is not true? a) It is more affected by extreme values than the arithmetic mean. b) It is a measure of central tendency. c) It is equal to Q2. d) It is equal to the mode in bell-shaped "normal" distributions. 4. In a perfectly symmetrical distribution a) the range equals the interquartile range. b) the interquartile range equals the arithmetic mean. c) the median equals the arithmetic mean. d) the variance equals the standard deviation. 5. In general, which of the following descriptive summary measures cannot be easily approximated from a boxplot? a) The variance. b) The range. c) The interquartile range. d) The median. 6. Which descriptive summary measures are considered to be resistant statistics? a) The arithmetic mean and standard deviation. b) The interquartile range and range. c) The mode and variance. d) The median and interquartile range.

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Which of the following is NOT a measure of central tendency? a) The arithmetic mean.7. c) The arithmetic mean is smaller than the median. 8. c) The distance from the smallest observation to Q2 is smaller than the distance from Q2 to the largest observation.00 c) 88. In right-skewed distributions. d) The mode is larger than the arithmetic mean.75 10. b) The distance from Q1 to Q2 is smaller than the distance from Q2 to Q3. According to the empirical rule. In left-skewed distributions. c) The arithmetic mean. According to the Chebyshev rule.89% d) 99. According to the Chebyshev rule. d) The distance from Q1 to Q3 is twice the distance from the Q1 to Q2. a) 68. at least what percentage of the observations in any data set are contained within a distance of 3 standard deviations around the mean? a) 67% b) 75% c) 88.26 b) 75. 12. d) The 1st quartile. b) The interquartile range. d) The interquartile range. 11. if the data form a "bell-shaped" normal distribution.7% 2 . b) The distance from the smallest observation to Q1 is larger than the distance from Q3 to the largest observation. 9. at least 75% of all observations in any data set are contained within a distance of how many standard deviations around the mean? a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4 13. which of the following is the correct statement? a) The distance from Q1 to Q2 is smaller than the distance from Q2 to Q3. which of the following is the correct statement? a) The distance from Q1 to Q2 is larger than the distance from Q2 to Q3.89 d) 93. c) The mode. Which of the following is sensitive to extreme values? a) The median. _______ percent of the observations will be contained within 1 standard deviation around the arithmetic mean. b) The median.

5 years 18. identify the first quartile of the ages of the uninsured senior citizens.14. d) All of the above are correct. a) One fourth of the senior citizens sampled are below 64 years of age. identify which of the following is the correct statement. calculate the arithmetic mean age of the uninsured senior citizens to the nearest hundredth of a year. at least what percentage of the observations in any data set are contained within a distance of 2 standard deviations around the mean? a) 67% b) 75% c) 88. Referring to Table 3-1. Referring to Table 3-1.5 and 73.5 and 73.5 years 19.04 years 16. 81. b) The middle 50% of the senior citizens sampled are between 65.0 years of age. identify the third quartile of the ages of the uninsured senior citizens. A sociologist recently conducted a survey of citizens over 60 years of age whose net worth is too high to qualify for Medicaid and have no private health insurance. 22.0 years of age. d) All of the above are correct. 74. Referring to Table 3-1.5 years of age. 21. a) One fourth of the senior citizens sampled are below 65. 16 years 20. Referring to Table 3-1. identify the median age of the uninsured senior citizens.89% d) 95% TABLE 3-1 Health care issues are receiving much attention in both academic and political arenas. c) The average age of senior citizens sampled is 73. Referring to Table 3-1.5 years of age. c) 25% of the senior citizens sampled are older than 81. The ages of 25 uninsured senior citizens were as follows: 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 68 68 69 70 73 73 74 75 76 76 81 81 82 86 87 89 90 92 15. According to the Chebyshev rule. what type of shape does the distribution of the sample appear to have? Slightly positive or right-skewed. b) The middle 50% of the senior citizens sampled are between 65. 65. Referring to Table 3-1. 3 . Referring to Table 3-1.5 years of age. identify the interquartile range of the ages of the uninsured senior citizens. 73 years 17. Referring to Table 3-1. identify which of the following is the correct statement.

False 28. True or False: In right-skewed distributions. True or False: In left-skewed distributions. Referring to Table 3-1. the box portion represents the data between the first and third quartile values. the distance from the smallest observation to Q1 exceeds the distance from Q3 to the largest observation. True or False: In a boxplot. True or False: In a set of numerical data.9.7. Referring to Table 3-1.4. True or False: In a set of numerical data.9.16% 26.6. 1. False 4 . True or False: A boxplot is a graphical representation of a 5-number summary. and 6. and the largest observation. the value for Q2 is always halfway between Q1 and Q3. Referring to Table 3-1. the first quartile. the third quartile. True or False: If the distribution of a data set were perfectly symmetrical. 9. False 30. True 31. True 29. the median. 4. calculate the standard deviation of the ages of the uninsured senior citizens correct to the nearest hundredth of a year. True or False: The 5-number summary consists of the smallest observation.23. True 36. 1.5 is 1. True or False: The line drawn within the box of the boxplot always represents the arithmetic mean. 7.9. True 35.05. True or False: The median of the values 3. the distance from Q3 to the largest observation exceeds the distance from the smallest observation to Q1.74 years 25. True or False: The median of the values 3. True 33.5 is 4. 4.96 years2 24. calculate the variance of the ages of the uninsured senior citizens correct to the nearest hundredth of a year squared. 7. True 34. 13.7. False 27. 94. and 6. True 32. the distance from Q1 to the median would always equal the distance from Q3 to the median in a boxplot.6. calculate the coefficient of variation of the ages of the uninsured senior citizens. the value for Q3 can never be smaller than the value for Q1.4.

True or False: If a set of data is perfectly symmetrical. True or False: The line drawn within the box of the boxplot always represents the median. and extreme values. True or False: The coefficient of variation is expressed as a percentage. True 42. True or False: The interquartile range is a measure of variation or dispersion in a set of data. True or False: In exploratory data analysis. False 40. False 48. The remaining portion consists of the final examination. the sample mean is 15. False 46. True or False: The coefficient of variation is a measure of central tendency in the data. and 72% on the final. True or False: The median of a data set with 20 items would be the average of the 10th and the 11th items in the ordered array.37. True or False: The interquartile range is a measure of central tendency in a set of data. True 47. True or False: An economics professor bases his final grade on homework. True or False: A population with 200 elements has an arithmetic mean of 10. The homework counts 10% toward the final grade. True or False: In a sample of size 40. the arithmetic mean must be identical to the median. the sum of all observations in the sample is ∑ X i = 600. and a final examination. quartiles. while each midterm examination counts 25%. If a student scored 95% in homework. True 38. True 44. 96% on the second midterm examination. True or False: The coefficient of variation measures variability in a data set relative to the size of the arithmetic mean. a boxplot can be used to illustrate the median.8%. From this information. True 49. 70% on the first midterm examination. his final average is 79. True 45. True 5 . it can be shown that the population standard deviation is 15. two midterm examinations. True 39. True or False: The coefficient of variation is a measure of relative variation. True 41. In this case. True 43.

True 56. -2. Referring to Table 3-6.64%. As a general rule. As a general rule.52%.37%.53%. positive or right TABLE 3-6 The rate of return of an Internet Service Provider over a 10 year period are: 10. the empirical rule will more accurately reflect the greater concentration of data close to the mean as compared to the Chebyshev rule. The larger the Z score. 12. The Z scores can be used to identify outliers. True 59. an observation is considered an extreme value if its Z score is greater than −3.1 0.30% 53. the data are considered to be _______ skewed.2 0.23%. 9. 52. 8. If the arithmetic mean of a numerical data set exceeds the median. False 58. Referring to Table 3-6.50. Referring to Table 3-6. an observation is considered an extreme value if its Z score is greater than 3.3 0.1 0 0. False 6 .4 0. True or False: If the data set is approximately bell-shaped. 42.23%. 29. 6. the farther is the distance from the observation to the median. compute the arithmetic mean rate of return.5 54. an observation is considered an extreme value if its Z score is less than 3.25%. As a general rule. what is the shape of the distribution for the rate of return? Right-skewed 55.25%. construct a boxplot for the rate of return Box-and-whisker Plot -0.29%. ANWER: 15. 15. False 57. True 51. 21.35%.

The Z score of an observation can never be negative.7 12. Bond Fund Vanguard GNMA Vanguard Total Bond Mkt. As a general rule.5 16.0493 billions. True 61.2984 squared billion dollars. Tax-Free Inc. Index Bond Fund of America A Franklin Calif. False 62.74 billions 64. True TABLE 3-10 The following table represents the assets in billions of dollars of the five largest bond funds. The Z score of an observation measures how many standard deviations is the value from the mean.8 13.60. what is the mean for this population of the five largest bond funds? $14. Assets (Billions $) 19.9 63. $3. respectively 7 .8 10. what are the variance and standard deviation for this population? 9. an observation is considered an extreme value if its Z score is less than −3. Referring to Table 3-10. A Vanguard Short-Term Corp. Referring to Table 3-10.

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