**691. Point out the wrong statement.**

A. A random variable is a numerical outcome of an experiment

B. Continuous random variable can take any value on the real line**C. There are three types of random variable**

D. None of the above

**692. What is true about Statistics In R?**

A. Statistics In R is open-source and freely available

B. Statistics In R is cross-platform compatible.

C. Statistics In R is a powerful scripting language**D. All of the above**

**693. Which of the following inequality is useful for interpreting variances?****A. Chebyshev**

B. Stautaory

C. Testory

D. None Of the above

**694. What is the main role of Statistical functions, principles, and algorithms?**

A. to analyze raw data

B. build a Statistical Model

C. predict the result**D. All of the above**

**695. In how many ways, analysis of any event can be done?****A. 2**

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

**696. __________ Statistics makes inferences and predictions about a population based on a sample of data taken from the population in question.**

A. Descriptive

B. Quantitative**C. Inferential**

D. Qualitative

**697. The value most recurrent in the sample set is known as ________.**

A. Mean

B. Median**C. Mode**

D. Standard Deviation

**698. Result disproves the assumption is known as?**

A. Null Hypothesis**B. Alternate Hypothesis**

C. Immediate Hypothesis

D. All of the above

**699. Which of the following is a goal of literate statistical programming?****A. Combine explanatory text and data analysis code in a single document**

B. Ensure that data analysis documents are always exported in JPEG format

C. Require those data analysis summaries are always written in R

D. All of the above

**700. Which of the following disadvantage does literate programming have?****A. Slow processing of documents**

B. Code is not automatic

C. No logical order

D. All of the above