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A value or measure obtained from a population. |
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a) Statistics | b) Inferential Statistics | c) Parameter | d) Descriptive Statistics | |

A graph that uses bars of various heights to represent the frequencies. |
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a) Histogram | b) Bar Graph | c) Pie Graph | d) Pareto Graph | |

A line graph is a line graph formed by plotting the cumulative frequencies against the class boundaries and connecting all the consecutive points by straight lines. |
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a) Pie Graph | b) Bar Graph | c) Pareto Graph | d) Ogive Graph | |

It is the center most observation that divides the data. |
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a) Mean | b) Median | c) Mode | d) Frequency | |

A set of observations into four equal parts. |
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a) Quantiles | b) Deciles | c) Quartiles | d) Percentiles | |

The following are the ages of the first ten students who enrolled in a certain college. Find the mean. 23, 21, 18, 17, 19, 21, 20, 18, 19, 24. |
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a) 21 | b) 20 | c) 22 | d) 19 | |

Find the median of the following set of observation. 11,11,13,15,16,17,18,18,19,20. |
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a) 15 | b) 15.5 | c) 16.5 | d) 17.5 | |

Find the mode of the set of observation shown. 15, 13, 13, 14, 17, 17, 18, 12, 17. |
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a) 17 | b) 15 | c) 13 | d) 14 | |

All of these are the properties of median, EXPECT. |
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a) It is also a unique value in any set of data. | b) It is associated with ordinal data. | c) Its value is not affected by the extreme values. | d) It may not exist. | |

The 1st quartile of the ages of 250 BS Math students is 17 years. Which of the following statements is true? |
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a) Most of the students are below 17 years old. | b) Seventy-five percent of the students are 17 years old and above. | c) Twenty-five percent of the students are 17 years old. | d) One hundred fifty students are younger than 17 years. | |

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