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MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
What is the total number of scores for the distribution shown in the following table?
a.
4
X
f
b.
10
4
3
c.
14
3
5
d.
37
2
4
1
2
ANS:
C
REF:
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution
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2.
A sample of
n
= 15 scores ranges from a high of
X
= 11 to a low of
X
= 3. If these scores are
placed in a frequency distribution table, how many
X
values will be listed in the first column?
REF:
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution

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3.
For the following data,
N
= _____.
X
f
2
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2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution

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4.
For the data in the following table, what is the value of Σ
X
?
f
4
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5.
For the scores in the following table, what is the value of Σ
X
2
?
a.
30
X
b.
41
4
c.
65
3
d.
225
2
1
1
ANS:
B
f
1
2
3
REF:
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution
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KEY: Bloom’s: Understand

6.
For the following frequency distribution of quiz scores, how many individuals took the quiz?
f
6
5
5
3
2
REF:
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution
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7.
For the following distribution of quiz scores, if a score of
X
= 3 or higher is needed for a passing
grade, how many individuals failed the quiz?
f
6
5
5
3
2
REF:
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution
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8.
For the following distribution of quiz scores, how many individuals had a score of
X
= 2?
f
6
5
5
3
2
REF:
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9.
For the following distribution, what percentage of the individuals have scores of
X
= 1?
a.
2%
X
f
b.
5%
5
2
c.
10%
4
8
d.
20%
3
2
1
ANS:
C
5
3
2
REF:
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution
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KEY: Bloom’s: Understand

10.
A researcher surveys a sample of
n
= 200 college students and asks each person to identify his or
her favorite movie from the past year. If the data were organized in a frequency distribution
table, what would be listed in the first column?
REF:
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Frequency Distribution
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