# Introduction-to-statistics-2-challenge-2-2

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## Introduction-to-statistics-2-challenge-2-2

Which of these statements is FALSE?

• a.)

The distribution can be summarized by a frequency table.
• b.)

A data set is a list of numbers that is associated with context.
• c.)

A data set is a characteristic of an individual member of the population that can be measured.
• d.)

The distribution describes what values the variables take and how often they take those values.

Select the term that can be a list of values or numbers associated with context over an entire set of interest.

• a.)

Variable
• b.)

Data set
• c.)

Frequency
• d.)

Distribution

Which term describes the characteristic of each member of a population?

• a.)

Distribution
• b.)

Data set
• c.)

Variable
• d.)

Frequency

Choose the term that is a number that describes the middle of a data set.

• a.)

Shape
• b.)

• c.)

Outlier
• d.)

Center

Which term below is a number that describes how the data is dispersed across the entire range of data?

• a.)

• b.)

Center
• c.)

Shape
• d.)

Outlier

Which term below is a qualitative statement about how the data looks after it has been plotted?

• a.)

• b.)

Outlier
• c.)

Shape
• d.)

Center

Olivia noticed that a histogram of the monthly payments for apartments in a particular neighborhood was flat and had no peaks.

Which of the following statements would be a characteristic of Olivia’s graph?

• a.)

Olivia’s graph is positively skewed.

• b.)

The data in the histogram is distributed uniformly.

• c.)

Olivia’s graph is negatively skewed.

• d.)

The histogram features multimodal distribution.

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# Introduction-to-statistics-2-challenge-2-2

## Introduction-to-statistics-2-challenge-2-2

Which of these statements is FALSE?

• a.)

The distribution can be summarized by a frequency table.
• b.)

A data set is a list of numbers that is associated with context.
• c.)

A data set is a characteristic of an individual member of the population that can be measured.
• d.)

The distribution describes what values the variables take and how often they take those values.

Select the term that can be a list of values or numbers associated with context over an entire set of interest.

• a.)

Variable
• b.)

Data set
• c.)

Frequency
• d.)

Distribution

Which term describes the characteristic of each member of a population?

• a.)

Distribution
• b.)

Data set
• c.)

Variable
• d.)

Frequency

Choose the term that is a number that describes the middle of a data set.

• a.)

Shape
• b.)

• c.)

Outlier
• d.)

Center

Which term below is a number that describes how the data is dispersed across the entire range of data?

• a.)

• b.)

Center
• c.)

Shape
• d.)

Outlier

Which term below is a qualitative statement about how the data looks after it has been plotted?

• a.)

• b.)

Outlier
• c.)

Shape
• d.)

Center

Olivia noticed that a histogram of the monthly payments for apartments in a particular neighborhood was flat and had no peaks.

Which of the following statements would be a characteristic of Olivia’s graph?

• a.)

Olivia’s graph is positively skewed.

• b.)

The data in the histogram is distributed uniformly.

• c.)

Olivia’s graph is negatively skewed.

• d.)

The histogram features multimodal distribution.

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