||Total angle of pie-chart is.
- A. 270 <sup>o</sup>
- B. 300<sup> o</sup>
- C. 320<sup> o</sup>
- D. 360<sup> o</sup>
||Classification of data according to locations or areas is called.
- A. Temporal classification
- B. Geographical classification
- C. Qualitative classification
- D. Quantitative classification
||The process of systematic arrangement of data into rows and columns is called.
- A. Classification
- B. Tabulation
- C. Bar chart
- D. Pie chart
||As the numebr of observations and classes increase, the shape of a frequency polygon.
- A. Tends to become increasingly asmooth
- B. Tends to become jagged
- C. stays the same
- D. Varies if data become more reliable
||Classification of data by quantitative characteristcs is called.
- A. Qualitative classification
- B. Quantitative classificaton
- C. Geographical classification
- D. Temporal classification
||The foot note are usually indicated by.
- A. (.............)
- B. (***)
- C. (------)
- D. (____)
||A chart in which total magnitude and its compnents are compared is called a
- A. Component bar chart
- B. Pie chart
- C. Percentage compoent bar chart
- D. All of these
||In constructing a frequency distribution for a sample, the numebr of classes depends on.
- A. The number of data points
- B. The range of the data colelcted
- C. Teh size of the population
- D. Both a and b but not c
||Continuous data are differentitated from discrete data in that
- A. Discrete data classes are represnted by fractions
- B. Continuous data classes may be represented by fractions
- C. Continous data take on only whole numebrs
- D. Discrete data can take on any real number
||The fraph of the symmetrical distribution is
- A. bell shaped
- B. U - shaped
- C. J- shaped
- D. None of these