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# Question : 11)Another label for "rank-order" is A)categorical. B)ratio. C)ordinal. D)continuous. 12)Which of the following student chara : 1991681

11)Another label for "rank-order" is

A)categorical.

B)ratio.

C)ordinal.

D)continuous.

12)Which of the following student characteristics is an example of a nominal variable?

A)grade point average (3.2, 2.5, etc.)

B)number of friends (0, 1, etc.)

C)birth position in the family (first, second, etc.)

D)nationality (U.S., Japanese, etc.)

13)Which of the following student characteristics is an example of a rank-order variable?

A)grade point average (3.2, 2.5, etc.)

B)number of friends (0, 1, etc.)

C)birth position in the family (first, second, etc.)

D)nationality (U.S., Japanese, etc.)

14)The value of putting numbers into a frequency table is that

A)it makes the pattern of numbers clear at a glance.

B)it is easier to draw inferences from tables.

C)such tables are required by many journals.

D)such tables are always formatted in the same way.

15)A frequency table lists

A)the times per second variations occur in various wave bands.

B)the number of scores at each value.

C)the intensity of a variable over all the participants studied.

D)the average value of each variable.

16)In a frequency table, the column designated as "X" lists

A)the number of scores at each value.

B)the participant identification numbers.

C)the possible values of the variable.

D)all the variables studied.

17)Consider the scores 2, 6, 7, 1, 7, 8, 5, and 4. Which of the following would be the correct second line of a frequency table?

A)2112.5%

B)7225%

C)616%

D)1112.5%

18)Consider the scores 2, 9, 7, 6, 1, 9, 1, and 2. Which of the following would be the correct bottom line of a frequency table?

A)1225%

B)9225%

C)6112.5%

D)0450%

19)Which of the following is most likely to be possible?

A)making a normal curve from a bimodal distribution

B)making a bimodal distribution from a normal curve

C)making an ordinary frequency table from a grouped frequency table

D)making a grouped frequency table from an ordinary frequency table

20)If a psychologist summarizes data for a variable in a frequency table, but finds that there are so many values for the variable that the table is too cumbersome to be useful, the next step would be to make a

A)histogram.

B)frequency polygon.

C)grouped frequency table.

D

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