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Applied Statistics One-Page Exam

Welcome to our Applied Statistics Single-Page Exam - assessment of statistical principles. Covering Descriptive Statistics, Probability and Hypothesis Testing categories, this quiz offers a quick evaluation in a user-friendly format.

Key Features

Efficiency: Answer all questions on a single page for a quick and convenient experience.

Various Question Types: Radio, Checkbox, Matching, Dropdown, and Number —for a well-rounded evaluation.

 

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Category: Descriptive Statistics

1. What is the mean of the following dataset?

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Category: Descriptive Statistics

2. Select all measures of central tendency from the following:

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Category: Descriptive Statistics

3. Choose the correct answer. Calculate the range of the following dataset: [12, 15, 18, 21, 15, 14, 18, 17, 16, 20].

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Category: Probability

1. Select all events that are mutually exclusive:

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Category: Probability

2. Choose the correct answer. If two six-sided dice are rolled, what is the probability of getting a sum of 7?

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Category: Probability

3. If the probability of event A is 0.4 and the probability of event B is 0.3, what is the probability of both events A and B occurring? (Express as a decimal)

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Category: Hypothesis Testing

1. Match the level of significance to its corresponding value:

1. Significance level
2. Alpha level

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Category: Hypothesis Testing

2. In a hypothesis test, the null hypothesis is usually denoted by:

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Category: Hypothesis Testing

3. Select all components of a hypothesis test:

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Progressive Difficulty Quiz

🌟 Welcome to the Progressive Difficulty Quiz! 🌟

Get ready for a challenge! Starting easy and getting trickier, this quiz adapts with each page. 

🔍 Round 1 (Page 1): Two warm-up questions.

📈 Round 2 (Page 2): Three slightly trickier questions.

💡 Round 3 (Page 3): Four challenging questions.

🏆 Ready to embrace the challenge? Let's dive in! Good luck! 🚀🔥

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🔍 Round 1 (Page 1): Two warm-up questions.

What is the capital of France?

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Who wrote "Romeo and Juliet"?

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📈 Round 2 (Page 2): Three slightly trickier questions.

Select all of the following prime numbers:

 

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Identify the famous skyscraper shown in the image.

 

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True or False: Antarctica is the largest continent.

 

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💡 Round 3 (Page 3): Four challenging questions.

The cat sat on the .

 

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Match the country with its capital:

 

Brazil
Australia
Japan
France

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What is the chemical symbol for gold?

 

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Trivia Quiz for Kids

 

Everyone loves challenges.  

Do not loose your chance, take this trivia quiz and test your knowledge on various topics. 

✨Wishing you good Luck! ✨

In Zootopia, which animal is the main character and who is his partner?

What is the name of the talking snowman in “Frozen”?

What insect builds beautiful honeycombs?

Which animal is considered the symbol of Halloween?

What color is often associated with Christmas?

What is the name of the little figurine that children look for in Christmas baking?

What is the name of the talking candlestick in “Beauty and the Beast”?

What is the name of the good fairy who gives Aurora the gift of life in Sleeping Beauty?

Which Disney cartoon tells the story of a country girl with long hair and magical healing powers?

What is often added to a drink to make it glow in the dark on Halloween?

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Thank you for completing our Trivia Quiz.

We hope you had a great time and learned something new along the way.

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Trivia Quiz

 

Get ready for a fun trivia quiz! It will test your knowledge across various topics.
Ready to become a trivia champion? 🥇

Good luck! 🤞

 

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What is the capital of France?

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Which of the following are primary colors? (select as many choices as you'd like)

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In which continent is Egypt located?

Awesome work on those questions!

You've completed a few, but there are still 4 more to conquer. Keep it up! 🚀

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Who is the co-founder and CEO of Facebook (now Meta Platforms, Inc.)?

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Write the famous opening line from William Shakespeare's "Hamlet".

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The United States consists of states. Its capital city is , D.C., home to iconic landmarks such as the House and the Lincoln Memorial.

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Match the countries with their capitals:

France
Japan
Brazil
Russia

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Myers-Briggs Personality Test

Discover who you truly are. 🚀 Explore the Myers-Briggs Personality Test and meet the 16 personalities that shape our world.
Discover your type and know the real you!

🌟 Ready to discover more about yourself? To get started, please provide us with your name and email address to make sure you receive your quiz results right in your Inbox.

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Are you usually

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Among your friends you are

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You tend to have

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When you are with a group of people you would rather

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Do you?

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In a large group of people you more often

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Can the new people you meet say what you are interested in?

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You usually

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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If you were a teacher,  you would rather teach

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In doing something that many other people do, you would rather

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Do you admire more the people who are?

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You usually get along better with

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In reading for pleasure, do you?

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Would you rather be considered?

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Would you rather have a friend?

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Do you more often let?

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Is it a higher compliment to be called?

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Do you usually?

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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When you go somewhere for the day, you would rather

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Does the idea of making a list of what you should get done over a weekend?

 

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When you have a special job to do, you like to

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Do you prefer to?

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Does following a schedule?

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When it is settled well in advance that you will do a certain thing at a certain time, do you find it?

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Are you more successful?

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In your daily work, do you?

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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Which word in each pair appeals to you more?
(Think what the word means, not how they look or how they sound)

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