Statistics mcqs

A Set Of Jointly Sufficient Statistic Is Defined To Be Minimal Sufficient If And Only If--------?

A Set Of Jointly Sufficient Statistic Is Defined To Be Minimal Sufficient If And Only If--------?

It Is Not A Function Of Every Other Set Of Sufficient Statistics.

It Is A Function Of Some Other Set Of Sufficient Statistics.

It Is A Function Of Any Sufficient Statistics In The Set.

It Is A Function Of Every Other Set Of Sufficient

A Sample Of 92 Observations Is Taken From An Infinite Population. The Sampling Distribution Of Is Approximately ?

A Sample Of 92 Observations Is Taken From An Infinite Population. The Sampling Distribution Of Is Approximately ?

Normal Because The Sample Size Is Small In Comparison To The Population Size

None Of These Alternatives Is Correct.

Normal Because Of The Central Limit Theorem

Normal Because Is Always Approximately Normally Distributed

A Sample Of 24 Observations Is Taken From A Population That Has 150 Elements. The Sampling Distribution Of Is------?

A Sample Of 24 Observations Is Taken From A Population That Has 150 Elements. The Sampling Distribution Of Is------?

Approximately Normal Because The Sample Size Is Large In Comparsion To The Population Size

Normal If The Population Is Normally Distributed

Approximately Normal Because Of The Central Limit Theorem

Approximately Normal Because Is Always Approximately Normally Distributed

10th-class-mcqs-all-subjects9th-class-mcqs-all-subjects11th-class-mcqs-past-papers12th-class-macqs-past-paperscss-islamiat-past-papers-mcqsnts-online-test-preparation