1091. A frequency distribution is :

A. A plain rundown of a bunch of information showing the general recurrence
B. A graphical form of representing data
C. A summary of a set of data in a table that shows the number of items in each of the non-overlapping classes *
D. A visual tool for displaying qualitative data

1092. In developing a recurrence dissemination, the rough class width is registered as :

A. (Large data value-smallest data value) number of classes *
B. (Large data value-smallest data value) sample size
C. Sample size (smallest data value to largest data value)
D. Largest data value/number of classes

1093. A class’s relative frequency can be calculated by:

A. Dividing the class’s midpoint by the sample size
B. Dividing the class’s frequency by the midpoint
C. Dividing the class’ frequency by the sample size
D. Dividing the class’ frequency by the sample size *

1094. A cumulative relative frequency distribution shows :

A. The percentage of data items that have values that are lower than or equal to the upper limit of each class *
B. The percentage of data items that have values that are lower than or equal to the lower limit of each class
C. The percentage of data items that have values that are lower than or equal to the upper limit of each class
D. The percentage of data items that have values that are lower than or equal to the lower limit of each class

1095. Which of the following is the class frequency?

A. The difference between lower class limits that follow each other
B. The number of students who were observed in each class *
C. Alway contains at least 5 observations
D. Usually a multiple of the lower limit of the first class

1096. Constructing a frequency distribution :

A. Is one of the most well-known method for summing up information
B. Starts by keeping track of how many times a particular value occurs.
C. Provides the foundation for the design of a percentage distribution.
D. All of the above *

1097. A tubular summary of a set of data showing the fraction of the total number of items in several classes is a :

A. Frequency distribution
B. Cumulative frequency
C. Relative frequency distribution *
D. Frequency

1098. In constructing a frequency distribution as the no of classes decreases the class width :

A. Decreases
B. Remains unchanged
C. Increases *
D. Can increment or diminishing relying upon the information values

1099. The number of observations corresponding to a class is known as ___________ of that class:

A. Class Mark
B. Frequency *
C. Class Interval
D. None of these

1100. ________ provide a shorthand summary of data :

A. Frequency table *
B. Simple Table
C. Cross table
D. Two way table